Lawyers from Bracewell & Giuliani, Jones Day, Locke Lord, Oklahoma City's Commercial Law Group, and Wachtell have been busy in recent weeks advising embattled oil and gas company Chesapeake Energy, which announced Friday its sale of $4 billion in midstream pipeline assets amid inquiries into nearly $1 billion in alleged personal loans made to CEO Aubrey McClendon that have led him to retain Duane Morris.
Chesapeake Energy Keeping Outside Counsel Busy with Pipeline Sales, CEO Probe
The Am Law Daily
June 8, 2012
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