Hogan Lovells represents Atlassian in purchase of Halp

International law firm Hogan Lovells represented software company Atlassian in the purchase of Halp for an undisclosed price. Halp represents a new class of applications that are fundamentally changing how teams work. As real-time messaging becomes more prevalent in the workplace, companies are looking for solutions that are embedded within the team messaging tools they’ve already invested in.

The Hogan Lovells M&A deal team was led by Silicon Valley partner Christopher Moore, Northern Virginia senior associate Stephanie Michael, and Silicon Valley associate Jeremy Pushkin. Partner John Brockland and associates Max Scott and Eugene Kim advised on IP matters. Partner Michael Frank and associate Allison Moffet advised on executive benefits. Counsel Tao Leung and associate Ashley King advised on labor and employment. Partner Scott Loughlin and senior associates Mohammad Amer and Nathan Salminen advised on privacy. Partners Aleksandar Dukic and T. Weymouth advised on trade with help from associate Patrick de Laperouse. Partner Jasper Howard and senior associate Caitlin Piper advised on tax.


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