Arnold & Porter Has Ties to Both Sides of This Year's Biggest Bank Merger

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While the firm has long served as Hudson City Bancorp's primary outside counsel and is advising the bank on various aspects of its agreement to be acquired by M&T Bank for $3.7 billion, it has also handled multiple past assignments for M&T, and its former chair, John Hawke Jr., is an M&T board member.

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  • Diva

    That's the biggest bank merger this year? $3.7 billion is a rounding difference for many banks.

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