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Ann Du focuses her practice on general corporate transactions, with an emphasis on mergers and acquisitions. She rejoined Hogan Lovells after working at the firm as a summer associate in 2019.
Ann advises public and private companies on a broad range of corporate and transactional matters, including private and cross-border M&A, venture capital transactions, corporate governance, etc. Ann has represented clients across various industries, including technology, healthcare, manufacturing, energy and financial industries.
In law school, Ann served as a student attorney for the Duke Law Start-Up Ventures Clinic and represented early-stage businesses on a variety of corporate matters. She was a content editor for Duke Law and Technology Review, and a senior staff editor for Duke Journal of Constitutional Law and Public Policy. She also interned at Eastern District of Wisconsin.
Before law school, Ann worked at a Chinese public company for three years, where she worked with many multinational companies and gained a deep understanding of cross-border business issues.
Sovos Brands in acquisition by Campbell’s Soup in deal valued at US$2.7 billion
IBM on the global separation and reorganization of Kyndryl Holdings, Inc., its managed infrastructure services business, prior to the spin-off of Kyndryl into a separate publicly traded company.
Intel Corporation, on its acquisition of all outstanding shares of a Finnish company.
Optum, the health services platform for UnitedHealth Group, on its multiple acquisitions.
Synopsys, Inc., on its acquisition of FirstPass Engineering.
- J.D., Duke University School of Law, 2020
- B.A., Peking University, 2014
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