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News 22 Oct. 2007
New York, October 22, 2007 — International law firm Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle LLP represented Singapore-based Flextronics International Ltd. (Nasdaq: FLEX) in its recent acquisition of Solectron Corporation in a cash and stock deal valued at approximately $3.6 billion.
The transaction creates the premier and most diversified global provider of advanced design and vertically integrated electronics manufacturing services (EMS). As a result of the acquisition, Flextronics will have the broadest worldwide EMS capabilities, with pro forma annual revenues in excess of $30 billion.
Curtis attorneys who worked on this significant matter included partners Jeffrey N. Ostrager, Valarie A. Hing, Jeffrey I. Zuckerman, Evan S. Borenstein and Eduardo A. Cukier; counsel John D. Nielsen; and associates Danny E. Phillips, Douglas Glazer, Olga Beloded and Veronique Hodeau. Partners Eloy Barbara and Rodrigo Valverde and associate Rafael de Haro of Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle S.C. assisted with the Mexican competition filing for the acquisition.
Curtis, which regularly represents Flextronics in securities, M&A and financing matters, also recently represented Flextronics in the divestiture of its software services business (now called Aricent) and its acquisition of International DisplayWorks, Inc.
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