Mayer Brown announced today that it represented NASDAQ-listed Isle of Capri Casinos, Inc. in its sale to Eldorado Resorts for $1.7 billion.

The Chicago-based Mayer Brown team was led by Corporate & Securities partners Paul Theiss, who also serves as the firm’s chairman, and William Kucera, who serves as co-leader of the firm’s M&A practice in the Americas, and included: Corporate & Securities partners Christian Fabian and Philip Niehoff and associates Tyler Born, Ryan Ferris, Tyler Pate, Chardon Stuart and Eric Tubbs; Tax Transactions & Consulting partner Lee Morlock and associate Christopher Odell; Employment & Benefits partner Debra Hoffman and associates Stephanie Vasconcellos and Katherine Dean; Employment Litigation & Counseling counsel Kim Leffert and associate Nina Ruvinsky; Environmental partner Rich Bulger and associate Corwin Carr; Real Estate counsel Jack Edelbrock; and Banking & Finance partner Frederick Fisher. The Mayer Brown team worked closely on the transaction with Ed Quatmann, Isle’s chief legal officer and a former Mayer Brown lawyer.