Jones Day Advising Texas Instruments On Acquisition Of National Semiconductor

Monday, May 2, 2011 - 01:00

Jones Day is advising Texas Instruments Incorporated in its acquisition of National Semiconductor Corporation for $6.5 billion. The acquisition combines two industry leaders in analog computers.

The team is led by Mark Goglia (Dallas - M&A Partner) and Scott Cohen (Dallas - M&A Partner), and includes Chris Hewitt (Cleveland - M&A Partner), Brad Levy (Dallas - M&A Associate), Kim Hicks (Houston - M&A Associate), Michael Sarmiento (Silicon Valley - M&A Associate), Mahlet Getachew (Silicon Valley - M&A Associate), Shawn Helms (Dallas - M&A Associate), Alfred Cheng (Dallas - M&A Associate), Heather Bethancourt (Dallas - M&A Associate), Pat Toher( Dallas - M&A Of Counsel), Joe Sims (Washington DC - Antitrust Partner), Kathy Fenton (Washington DC - Antitrust Partner), Geoff Oliver (Washington DC - Antitrust Partner), Bernard Amory (Brussells - Antitrust Partner), Tom Smith (Washington DC - Antitrust Partner), Serge Clerckx (Brussels - Antitrust Partner), Charles de Navacelle (Brussells - Antitrust Associate), Craig Huckelbridge (San Francisco - Antitrust Associate), Tom Briggs (San Diego - IP Partner), Matt Hawkins ( Dallas - IP Associate), Robert Graves (New York - Banking & Finance Partner), I Lewis H. Grimm (NY -Banking & Finance Partner), Beth Vogel (Chicago - Banking & Finance Associate), Gary Short (Dallas - Employee Benefits Partner), Rosalind Connor (London - Employee Benefits Partner), Yelena Fertman (Chicago - Employee Benefits Associate), Les Droller (Washington DC - Tax Partner), Victor Gatti (New York - Tax Partner), Chuck Hungerford (Silicon Valley - Environmental Partner) Latham & Watkins represented National Semiconductor (Barry Bryer, David Kurzweil, Ora Fisher).