Christopher J. Bors represents public and private companies in complex domestic and cross-border mergers, acquisitions, carve-outs and joint ventures, as well as a broad variety of other commercial and contractual matters. He has represented clients in a wide array of industries, including technology, health care, private equity, food and retail companies.
Mr. Bors’ experience includes the representation of:
- Intel Corporation in its $15.3 billion acquisition of Mobileye, N.V.;
- Permira Funds in its $1.75 billion acquisition of Duff & Phelps;
- Silver Lake Partners in its acquisition of a majority stake in ServiceMax, Inc. from GE Digital LLC;
- RPX Corporation in its $555 million acquisition by HGGC;
- Evercore as financial advisor to Brocade Communications Systems, Inc. in its $5.5 billion
acquisition by Broadcom Limited;
a technology company in its divestiture of a web-based photo sharing and photo printing service, acquisition of a PAAS business, and investment in an early stage cloud services company;
a semiconductor company in various acquisitions, divestitures and joint venture arrangements, including the divestiture of two security businesses, the acquisition of two startup companies developing leading-edge wearable technology, the acquisition of assets related to a variety of businesses, and other strategic acquisitions;
an electronic design automation company in its acquisition of a provider of customizable data plane processors;
a medical device company in its proposed acquisition by a global health care company;
a private equity firm-backed IT company in its acquisition of companies based in the U.S., Germany and Israel;
a pharmaceutical company in its acquisition of a developer of migraine treatment devices;
a private equity firm in its acquisition, with financial partners, of assets from a manufacturer and designer of composite structures for spacecraft and other high-tech applications; and
a semiconductor company in an investment in a radio chip design company.
While a corporate associate at a prior firm, Mr. Bors was seconded on a part-time basis to a large technology company to serve as M&A counsel.