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Watson Farley & Williams LLP

15 APPOLD STREET, LONDON, EC2A 3HB, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 7814 8000
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Fax 020 7814 8141
DX:
530 LONDON CITY EC2
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Christina Howard

Tel:
Work 020 7814 8000
Email:
Watson Farley & Williams LLP

Work Department

Corporate group, London.

Position

Specialises in corporate and commercial work, including mergers and acquisitions in the energy and transportation sectors.

Career

Watson, Farley & Williams 1995, partner 2006.

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