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Paul, Weiss Bond Transactions Referenced in The Wall Street Journal

On April 15, The Wall Street Journal published the article "Bond Recipes Use Fresh Ingredients" which discusses the rise in esoteric bonds backed by unusual assets. Three Paul, Weiss-advised transactions were cited as examples: bonds backed by Domino's franchises, Miramax' films and vacation timeshares.

The Paul, Weiss team for the Domino's transaction included corporate partners Jordan E. Yarett and Lawrence G. Wee, counsel Scott D. Fisher and Claudine Meredith-Goujon; bankruptcy partner Alice Belisle Eaton; employee benefits partner Robert C. Fleder and counsel Erin Murphy; real estate partner Peter E. Fisch; and tax partner Richard J. Bronstein.

The Paul, Weiss team advising on the Miramax transaction included corporate partners Lawrence G. Wee, Jordan E. Yarett and T. Robert Zochowski, Jr., counsel Scott D. Fisher, Dorian S. Fogel and Christopher T. Poggi; intellectual property partner Charles H. Googe, Jr. and counsel Claudine Meredith-Goujon; bankruptcy partner Brian S. Hermann; tax partner Richard J. Bronstein; and employee benefits counsel Maureen A. Riley.

Corporate partner Jordan E. Yarett led the Paul, Weiss team advising Amherst Securities Group, LP on the Westgate Timeshare transaction, which closed on April 13.

April 17, 2012

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