Four Am Law Firms at Table as Berkshire, 3G Snap up Heinz in $28 Billion Deal

, The Am Law Daily

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Warren Buffett has teamed with Brazilian-backed investment firm 3G Capital to acquire H.J. Heinz Company in a deal worth $28 billion, including the assumption of debt. Munger Tolles and Kirkland are advising Berkshire and 3G, respectively, on the transaction, while Davis Polk is representing Heinz, and Wachtell is acting as counsel to a special committee of the Heinz board.

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