Seven Am Law 200 Firms in Lineup for Sale of YES Network Stake

, The Am Law Daily

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It would take more than a few scorecards to list the teams of lawyers from Boies Schiller, Fried Frank, Herrick Feinstein, Hogan Lovells, Jenner & Block, Skadden, and Weil advising on "Project Homer"—the proposed sale of a 49 percent stake in the YES Network to News Corporation that values the regional sports channel at $3 billion. News of the deal came the same day that two former executives of News Corp.'s British newspaper unit were charged with bribery in the U.K.

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