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White & Case LLP

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Arlene Hahn

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White & Case

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Intellectual Property, Sourcing & Technology Transactions

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Partner

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United States: Media, technology and telecoms

Outsourcing

Within: Outsourcing

White & Case LLP ‘quickly comes to terms with its clients' business-specific risks and concerns’ stands out for its complementary skill sets in areas such as intellectual property, facility management and information technology outsourcing. The firm is especially active in the media, consumer technology, financial services and healthcare sectors, and also acts for major food producers such as NestlĂ©. Working alongside Jost Kotthoff  in the firm's Frankfurt office, ‘exceptional’ New York-based attorney Adam Chernichaw is advising a financial services provider in developing and implementing an outsourcing plan. Other key individuals include Silicon Valley-based Daren Orzechowski, New York-based Arlene Hahn and Washington DC-based Kevin Petrasic.

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Technology transactions

Within: Technology transactions

White & Case LLP handles technology licensing and development contracts for financial institutions, healthcare companies and IT companies, primarily in the context of joint venture arrangements and M&A. Silicon Valley-based Daren Orzechowski acted for Nestlé México in its acquisition of a majority in Terrafertil, a company selling organic food. Other significant client have included the Saudi Arabian Football Federation, the pharmaceutical company Roivant Sciences as well as prominent private equity firms including CVC Capital Partners. Arlene Hahn is also highly regarded. Howard Wettan joined the Silicon Valley office in June 2018, having previously served as the vice president of Visa; however, Palo Alto-based Carrie LeRoy left the firm for Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP. The global practice group is headed by Jost Kotthoff in Frankfurt, Germany.

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