Four Firms Burn Rubber on Big U.S. Auto Sector Sales

, The Am Law Daily

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Jones Day and Sullivan & Cromwell are advising on the $2.5 billion sale of the Cooper Tire & Rubber Company to India's Apollo Tyres, while Blank Rome and Honigman Miller are handling business information provider IHS's $1.4 billion buy of R.L. Polk & Co., the parent of used-car data service Carfax.

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  • Bideesha Basu

    This article omits the fact that the current Chief Legal Officer of Apollo Tyres Ltd. is Shahana Basu Kanodia, who is a Yale Law School graduate (Class of 1999) and was prior to her in house position a Partner and Chair of the South Asia Practice at Edwards Angel Palmer & Dodge in Boston.

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