Carine S. Stoick

Carine S. Stoick

Northern Virginia

Email carine.stoick@​

Phone +1 703 610 6215

Fax +1 703 610 6200

LanguagesEnglish, French, Arabic

Practice groupCorporate & Finance

In today's increasingly interconnected world, global businesses require effective legal solutions that reach across borders and between continents. Carine Stoick, head of the Aerospace and Defense M&A group, Americas Professional Development & Diversity Partner, and Office Administrative Partner of the Northern Virginia office, understands how to find and execute these solutions.

She counsels companies and private equity investors on both domestic and cross-border corporate matters, including mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, spin-offs, management and leveraged buy-outs, and corporate governance. From her experience advising clients both in the United States and abroad, Carine believes the best legal advice helps corporations and investors execute their business strategies no matter where their operations are located.

Based in Northern Virginia, Carine represents clients in regulated industries including aerospace and defense, government, health care, automotive, life sciences, and transportation. Having grown up speaking both French and Arabic at home, Carine leverages her international perspective and cross-border experience to advise clients on high-profile corporate transactions throughout the EU.

A graduate of the University of Virginia School of Law, Carine believes in sharing the lessons of her work and experience. Carine has served as a visiting lecturer on mergers and acquisitions at the University of Virginia School of Law. Passionate about giving back, Carine has also worked extensively with the Hogan Lovells Women's Initiative Network (WIN) as a member of its professional development subcommittee.

Awards and recognitions


Emerging Women Leaders in Law (Private Practice)
DCA Live


Finalist, "Technology Deal of the Year (US$50m-US$75m)"
M&A Advisor


Acritas Star
Acritas Stars Independently Rated Lawyers

2008, 2010-2011, 2016

Legal Elite, Business Law
Virginia Business magazine

Education and admissions


J.D., University of Virginia School of Law, 1999

B.A., University of Virginia, with distinction, Phi Beta Kappa, 1994


Member, American Bar Association

Member, Virginia Bar Association

Bar admissions and qualifications


District of Columbia

Representative experience

KBR, Inc., on its US$800m acquisition of Centauri, LLC, a provider of high-end space, directed energy, and other advanced technologies, from Arlington Capital Partners.

HC2 Holdings, Inc. on the US$250m sale of Global Marine Group, an offshore engineering services provider of which HC2 indirectly owned approx. 73%, to J.F. Lehman & Co.

DLH Holdings, a health care services contractor, on its US$70m acquisition of Social & Scientific Systems, a public health research organization.

Smiths Group on its US$345m acquisition of United Flexible, an engineering solutions business with operations in the United States and Europe.

KBR, Inc., a global technology, engineering, procurement, and construction company, on its US$600m acquisition of Wyle Inc., a specialized government services provider.

Dell Inc. on the sale of its information technology services business to NTT DATA for US$3.055bn.

Spirit Aerosystems on the acquisition of Fiber Materials, Inc., a technology company specializing in high-temperature materials and composites for aerospace and defense use from Edgewater Capital.

By Light Professional IT Services, a provider of service solutions to the U.S. federal government, in its acquisition by Sagewind Capital LLC.

KBR, Inc. on its US$300m acquisition of Honeywell Technology Solutions Inc., a leading professional services provider to U.S. government agencies from Honeywell International Inc.

Aegis Group, a leading security and risk management company, on its sale to GardaWorld.

Airbus Defense and Space on its sale of Fairchild Controls Corporation, a provider of thermal management systems, to Triumph Group, Inc.

Acquisition by Alstom of General Electric's rail signaling business for US$800m.

News Corporation's sale of eight Fox Television stations to Oak Hill Capital Partners for US$1.1bn.

Sale by North American subsidiary of a European aerospace and defense company of its wholly owned subsidiaries under a proxy agreement.

Relativity Capital in the acquisitions and subsequent sales of Berkshire Manufacturing, MHF Logistical Solutions, and Tactical Micro.

Acquisition by Noblis, Inc. of National Security Partners, a provider of high-end strategic programs for the U.S. intelligence community.

Leveraged acquisition by a private-equity fund of a leading dine-in restaurant chain that owns, operates, and franchises over 100 restaurants across the United States and Mexico.

Orthofix International N.V., an orthopedic medical device company, in its US$333m acquisition of Blackstone Medical, Inc.

Leveraged acquisition by a private equity fund of a privately held chain of specialty retail stores.

KBR, Inc. on its US$355m acquisition of SGT, Inc., a provider of engineering, mission operations, scientific, and IT service solutions to federal government agencies.

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