White & Case advises Hexatronic on acquisitions in South Korea and the U.S.
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Global law firm White & Case LLP has advised Hexatronic Group AB (Hexatronic) on the acquisitions of KNET and Rochester Cable.
Headquartered in Sweden and listed on Nasdaq OMX Stockholm, Hexatronic offers a complete range of passive fiber optic infrastructure. It consists of 49 operational entities with approximately 1,500 employees.
Headquartered in Seoul, South Korea, KNET develops and manufactures microduct solutions for the telecommunication industry.
Rochester Cable designs and manufactures electro-optical cables for operation in harsh environments and is headquartered in Culpeper, Virginia in the U.S.
The White & Case team which advised on the transactions was led by partner Johan Steen (Stockholm) and associate Victor Åberg (Helsinki) and included partners David Pezza (Chicago), Farhad Jalinous, Cristina Brayton-Lewis, Karalyn Mildorf (all Washington, DC), Burr Eckstut, Scott Fryman, Tal Marnin (all New York), Helen Joseph (London) and Dongho Lee (Seoul), counsel Samantha Rozell (Chicago), and associates Satu Lindvall (Helsinki), Jeff Gilson, Bryan Spurgeon (both Chicago), Jason Burgoyne, Brittany Henderson, Michael Goldstein (all Washington, DC), Jarrah Al-Buainain (New York), Kyle Oh (Singapore) and Jun Kim (Seoul).
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