DLA Piper is among a number of law firms to have advised on a deal which has seen West Ham United co-owner David Sullivan become the largest single shareholder in the Premier League football club. Sullivan, a longstanding client of DLA, took over West Ham in 2010 alongside fellow businessman David Gold, when the duo purchased a 50% stake in the club from asset management company CB Holding, valuing it at £105m. Sullivan has now acquired a further 25% of shares in West Ham as part of a £25.5m restructuring of the club's senior debt.
DLA Piper is among a number of law firms to have advised on a deal which has seen West Ham United co-owner David Sullivan become the largest single shareholder in the Premier League football club. Sullivan,...
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