AMR's $11 Billion US Airways Merger a Boon to Big Firms

, The Am Law Daily

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Almost a dozen Am Law 100 firms have landed lead advisory roles on the proposed $11 billion merger of American Airlines parent AMR and US Airways Group—a Valentine's Day deal that would create the world's largest airline. While several firms have already reaped millions in attorneys fees for their work on the AMR bankruptcy, navigating the looming regulatory approval process is likely to fatten at least some of those firms' coffers even more.

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