Stephanie Kate Adams

Associate
London
  • 99 Bishopsgate
  • London EC2M 3XF
  • United Kingdom
Profile Experience

Stephanie Adams primarily advises on UK and global merger control, foreign investment screening, antitrust, and subsidy control. 

Prior to joining Latham, Ms. Adams worked at a leading international law firm, based in its Brussels office. 

 

Ms. Adams’ experience includes advising:

  • Viasat, Inc. on merger control and foreign investment aspects of its US$7.3 billion combination with Inmarsat
  • Carlyle Group on merger control and foreign investment aspects of its €2 billion acquisition of Flender from Siemens 
  • Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. on merger control and foreign investment aspects of its US$35 billion acquisition of Xilinx
  • Virgin Orbit on UK regulatory aspects of its de-SPAC merger with NextGen Acquisition Corp
  • Supernova Partners Acquisition Company II, Ltd. on foreign investment aspects of its de-SPAC merger with Rigetti
  • The senior secured creditors’ committee on merger control and foreign investment aspects of Swissport’s transport of ownership to a consortium of new owners
  • Triton in connection with its acquisition of a majority interest in RENK AG from Volkswagen
  • A bank on merger control aspects of the combination of its third-party investment fund platform with a leading fund solutions provider   
  • A confidential client in relation to EU State aid investigations regarding Belgian corporate tax rulings
  • Alere Inc. in relation to merger control aspects of its acquisition by Abbott Laboratories, and subsequent litigation of the antitrust covenants in the merger agreement*
  • ChemChina on its acquisitions of Pirelli and KraussMaffei*
  • Solvay on its acquisition of Cytec*   
  • A major US corporation on its appeal to the EU General Court of the European Commission’s decision finding illegal State aid*     
  • NEC Corporation in relation to the European Commission’s investigation into the capacitors cartel*   
  • A US technology company in relation to abuse of dominance concerns regarding certain of its distribution arrangements*

*Matter handled prior to joining Latham

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