Four Firms Land Roles as Lehman Skips IPO, Sells Archstone for $6.5 Billion

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In a deal valued at $16 billion including assumed debt, Lehman Brothers has agreed to sell apartment operator Archstone to two different real estate investment trusts, one of which recently battled the defunct investment bank for control of the company. Goodwin Procter, Hogan Lovells, MoFo, and Weil all landed roles on the deal.

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