Neeta Sahadev is an M&A associate based in our Silicon Valley office. She represents domestic and international clients in a wide range of corporate transactions, including private, cross-border and global mergers and acquisitions, and private investments in a broad range of industries, with a particular focus on the technology industry.
Prior to joining White & Case, Neeta practiced as an M&A attorney in the Toronto office of a global law firm.
Representative matters include the representation of:
Flying Eagle Acquisition Corp. (NYSE: FEAC), a SPAC, in its US$4.3 billion business combination with Skillz Inc., a mobile-gaming company based in California.
Advance Stores Company, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Advance Auto Parts, Inc. (a leading automotive aftermarket parts provider), in its acquisition of the DieHard brand from Transform Holdco LLC, a leading integrated retailer.
Salesforce.org, the world’s leading CRM provider for social good organizations, in its acquisition of roundCorner, a company specializing in customer relationship management (CRM) solutions for nonprofits, foundations and other social impact sectors.
Kobalt Group, an independent rights management and publishing company, in its acquisition of In2une Inc., a radio promotion and music marketing firm.
CyberArk Software Ltd. (NASDAQ: CYBR) in its US$42 million acquisition of Conjur, Inc.
Aixtron, Inc. in the sale of its ALD/CVD memory product line to Eugene Technology, Inc.
Intel Corporation in a series of acquisitions of technology companies.
Sterigenics International LLC, a portfolio company of GTCR LLC, in its US$826 million cross-border acquisition of Nordion Inc.*
YM Biosciences Inc. in its US$510 million cross-border acquisition by Gilead Sciences, Inc.*
SAP AG of Germany in its cross-border acquisition of hybris based in Switzerland.*
Royal Vopak in its acquisition of Canterm Canadian Terminals Inc. from TransMontaigne Inc., a subsidiary of Morgan Stanley.*
ABW Partnership, a partnership of GE Energy Financial Services and Alterra Power Corporation, in its acquisition of three Ontario based solar projects from First Solar, Inc.*
PowerStream Inc. and, separately, its shareholders (the Ontario cities of Vaughan, Markham and Barrie) with respect to the CAD$607 million purchase of Hydro One Brampton Networks Inc. by PowerStream, Enersource Corporation and Horizon Utilities Corporation.*
* Matters prior to joining White & Case.
Co-author, "Technology M&A (United States chapter)", Getting the Deal Through, 2020