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Kirkland & Ellis LLP

300 NORTH LASALLE, CHICAGO, IL 60654, USA
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Gregg Kirchhoefer

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Kirkland & Ellis LLP

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Intellectual Property

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Gregg Kirchhoefer is a partner of Kirkland & Ellis where he founded the technology/IP transactions and outsourcing practices. His practice focuses on IP/technology matters, with particular emphases on outsourcing, IT, strategic alliances, licensing and M&A. His experience in outsourcing spans more than 35 years, and has involved several of history’s most significant outsourcing transactions and several seminal BPO and offshoring transactions. Gregg represents both customers and service providers in ITO, BPO, supply chain, contract manufacturing and ERP system matters. He is a Certified Outsourcing Professional and is an inductee in the IAOP Outsourcing Leadership Hall of Fame.

Education

Saint Louis University School of Law, (J.D., 1982, cum laude); Saint Louis University School of Commerce and Finance (B.S.C., 1972).


United States: Media, technology and telecoms

Outsourcing

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Gregg Kirchhoefer - Kirkland & Ellis LLP

Within: Outsourcing

Kirkland & Ellis LLP has expertise in the negotiation of intellectual property and technology-related outsourcing deals, and is regularly instructed by clients in the healthcare, software, fintech and chemicals sectors. The firm is advising Revlon on its negotiation of IT services, software and support agreements, which includes the negotiation of a cloud services agreement for the transfer of financial information. Other significant clients include the chemical company Tronox, Kellogg and General Growth Properties. Neil S. Hirshman and Gregg Kirchhoefer, who are both based in Chicago, jointly head the practice. Chicago-based Aaron H. Lorber and associate Todd Herst, also in Chicago, are other key contacts. Adam Petravicius joined the Chicago office from Jenner & Block LLP in January 2018, and Kate H. Withers joined in San Francisco from Fenwick & West LLP in September 2018.

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