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Toys R Us has its eyes on a deal for its Asian unit, media giant Meredith Corp. tapped advisers to help it explore a deal to sell its Time, Fortune, Money and Sports Illustrated magazines, and SIG Combibloc is planning to list on Zurich’s stock exchange in autumn.
Georgia Power, co-owner of a nuclear power project whose fate has been intertwined with Westinghouse’s bankruptcy, told a New York bankruptcy court on Thursday that proposed Westinghouse reorganization plan language should be revised to reflect that the plant’s owners have dibs on up to $57.5 million sitting in a bank account.
A former executive of PLX Technology Inc. will not be compelled to testify at an upcoming trial over the company’s 2015 sale after a Delaware state court judge determined he didn’t have the jurisdiction to require the executive’s appearance.
With so much mergers and acquisitions news this week, you may have missed several deals announced in recent days helmed by firms such as Debevoise & Plimpton LLP and Paul Hastings LLP. Here, Law360 recaps the ones you might have missed.
The U.S. Department of Justice’s challenge to AT&T’s planned purchase of Time Warner heads for a courtroom showdown Monday with opening arguments firing up a day or two in, following a fraught and lively lead-up that last saw the judge scolding the press corps and threatening contempt. Here, an interactive Law360 graphic details the rather peculiar path of this major telecom merger challenge.