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Technology M&A Lawyer Joins Covington

May 3, 2017

SILICON VALLEYCatharina Min has joined Covington as a partner in its Corporate practice in Silicon Valley.

Recently named among the “Top 50 Multicultural Leaders in Technology” by the National Diversity Council, Ms. Min handles a range of transactions for U.S. and international technology companies, including M&A, private financings, joint ventures, strategic alliances, corporate partnering, and securities offerings. She also represents early stage companies in general corporate matters and venture capital financings. In addition, she assists companies based in Korea and elsewhere in Asia with their U.S. business law needs.

“Catharina’s extensive experience representing high-profile clients in negotiating complex cross-border deals adds to our ability to represent innovative technology companies,” said Tom DeFilipps, the West Coast chair of Covington’s Corporate practice. “Her ability to advise companies navigating an ever-changing technology landscape will enhance the firm’s corporate practice as we continue to build our transactional capabilities in Silicon Valley and the rest of California.”

“I am gratified to have joined the Covington corporate practice,” said Ms. Min. "The firm's deep regulatory and subject matter expertise, complemented by its well-known reputation for cross-practice collaboration, will be especially helpful when working with international and technology companies. That combination can provide valuable insight for clients into an increasingly complex set of laws and regulations governing corporate transactions.”

Ms. Min received her B.A. and J.D. degrees from the University of Virginia.

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