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Freshfields represents Ericsson in $6.2B acquisition of Vonage

Freshfields is representing Ericsson in the $6.2 billion all-cash acquisition of Vonage.  Details of the transaction and its rationale can be found here.

The Freshfields team is led by corporate/M&A partners Joseph Halloum and Ethan Klingsberg and associates Tomas Rua, Thomas Lair, Tatiana Charlot and Chinyere Obi, IP/tech transactions partner Mena Kaplan and associates Daniel Spencer, Sally Wu and Jennifer Lei, executive compensation and employee benefits partner Lori Goodman and associates Andrew Herman and Chaim Leggere, data privacy and security partner Christine Lyon, counsel Brock Dahl and associate Susannah Benjamin, global national security and foreign investment partner Aimen Mir, special counsel Christine Laciak, antitrust partners Megan Rissmiller and Rafique Bachour, counsel Meredith Mommers and associates Chinwe Chukwuogo, Timothy Swartz, Iris Zhou, Claire Smith and Sophie Sperlich, sanctions and export controls partner Nabeel Yousef and associate Amy Cattle, tax partner Claude Stansbury and associate Brendan Counihan, financing and capital markets partners Brian Rance, Kyle Lakin, Martin Hutchings, Michael Levitt and counsel Taryn Zucker, and compliance and litigation partners Olivia Radin and Tim Harkness and associates Emmeline Chen and Jennifer King.


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