Getting the Deal Through - Technology M&A 2019

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Global law firm White & Case LLP has contributed to the first edition of Technology M&A, published by Getting the Deal Through. The book covers key considerations for technology M&A transactions in 16 jurisdictions. Partners Arlene Arin Hahn and Jason Rabbitt-Tomita, members of the Firm's Global Technology Industry Group, are Contributing Editors for the book and also co-authored the United States chapter.

As technology has rapidly penetrated nearly every facet of our lives, it has also become a leading driver of mergers and acquisitions. The purpose of the guide is to provide an overview of the various factors affecting technology M&A transactions across various jurisdictions – from due diligence to applicable laws and regulations to customary deal terms.

Additional Global Technology Industry Group members, including lawyers from six White & Case offices worldwide, authored chapters in the book:

  • Vivian Tsoi: China
  • Jan Andruško: Czech Republic
  • Nathalie Nègre-Eveillard and Bertrand Liard: France
  • Dr. Tobias Heinrich: Germany
  • Lindsey Canning and Dr. Philip Trillmich: United Kingdom
  • Arlene Arin Hahn and Jason Rabbitt-Tomita: United States

Other attorneys who contributed to the guide include: Associates Siyuan Pan, Xiaofeng Gong and Yan Yan (China); Counsel Clara Hainsdorf (France); Local Partner Dr. Michael Leicht and Associate Mathias Bogusch (Germany); Counsel Deborah Lincoln and Tom Matthews (United Kingdom); and Associates Erin Hanson, Ketan Pastakia, Priyen Patel and Neeta Sahadev (United States).



Click here to download the full PDF version of Technology M&A 2019.


Reproduced with permission from Law Business Research Ltd. Getting the Deal Through: Technology M&A 2019, published in December 2018; contributing editors: Arlene Arin Hahn and Jason Rabbitt-Tomita, White & Case LLP. For further information please visit:

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