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Well Fargo provides $325 million construction loan for Los Angeles, California, mixed-use development project
Merchant banking firm provides $60 million senior secured credit facility to multinational software company
$700 million purchase of 49.9 percent interest in Big River Steel by United States Steel Corporation
Sumitomo Dainippon Pharma to acquire late stage biopharma companies and form alliance with Roivant Sciences Ltd. worth $3 billion
GLL Real Estate Partners acquires ground leasehold interest in office building located at 589 Fifth Avenue in New York, New York
The Stars Group to combine with Flutter Entertainment in all share transaction to create world's largest online gaming company by revenue
Fortune 500 public company assesses its investigation processes and develops enterprise-wide investigations governance structure
Jones Day lawyers edit Global Guide on Corporate Governance, author chapters on Germany, Hong Kong, UK, and USA
The Four Acts of an IRS Controversy : Act III: The "New" IRS Appeals Process and IRS Alternative Dispute Resolution Techniques in the Aftermath of the Taxpayer First Act of 2019
The Four Acts of an IRS Controversy: Act I: The Roadmap for a Handling a Challenging IRS Examination from a Tax Litigator’s Perspective
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