Chris Ewing | White & Case LLP International Law Firm, Global Law Practice
Chris Ewing
Chris Ewing

Chris Ewing

Associate, London

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Overview

Chris is an associate in the Firm's Global Intellectual Property Practice in London. He advises in the areas of intellectual property and information technology, both on a standalone basis and in connection with M&A and private equity transactions, as well as commercial contracts, data protection and privacy matters.

Chris has also spent time working in the Capital Markets and Private Equity departments in London, and completed a six month secondment in the Firm’s Stockholm office where he worked in the M&A department.

Bars and Courts

  • Solicitor of England and Wales

Education

  • LPC, University of Law
  • BA Jurisprudence, University of Oxford

Languages

  • English

Experience

Zynga Inc., acquisition of Gram Games Teknoloji, 2018

Advised Zynga Inc., a New York listed social game developer, on its agreement to acquire Gram Games Teknoloji, the Turkey-based mobile game developer, for US$250 million with a three-year earnout.

PPF Group, acquisition of Telenor telecommunications assets, 2018

Part of the team representing PPF Group, a global private equity investor, in the €2.8 billion acquisition of Telenor's telecommunications assets in Central & Eastern Europe

Johnson Matthey, sale of UK automotive battery systems business, 2018

Advised Johnson Matthey on the sale of its UK automotive battery systems business, a subsidiary that specializes in high-voltage automotive grade battery systems for electric and hybrid vehicles, to Cummins Inc.

Toyota Industries Corporation, acquisition of Vanderlande Industries Holding B.V., 2017

Advised Toyota Industries Corporation in its acquisition of Vanderlande Industries Holding B.V., the global market leader for value-added logistic process automation.

Global investment bank and financial services company, commercial contracts

Ongoing mandate advising a major global bank on various commercial contracts, including services agreements, software licence and support agreements and outsourcing agreements.