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On February 8, 1999, Kramer Levin attorneys closed a sale of Britches' 83 stores to Wet Seal. In the agreement, Wet Seal will assume Britches' obligations under all of its leases.
Kramer Levin attorneys Kenneth Kopelman, Michael Korotkin, Frances Buchinsky, Michael Mayerfeld, Debra Nachlis, and Louis Petrocelli helped Britches negotiate the deal.