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White & Case LLP’s ‘excellent’ team acts for clients including Facebook, Google and Afrimax Vodafone. Jonathan Langley, who has ‘a strong M&A background’ and ‘expertise that is unparalleled’, jointly heads the team with Eric Michailov, who also specialises in M&A and corporate issues, and has a considerable focus on Russia. Langley advised HSBC on the sale of certain shares in O3b to SES, and handled Digital Realty’s acquisition of eight European carrier-neutral data centres across Europe. David Eisenberg is an expert in acquisition and joint ventures in the telecoms sector.

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