Latham & Watkins represented Santa Clara-based semiconductor manufacturer Advanced Micro Devices Inc. in its $35 billion all-stock acquisition of former chip rival Xilinx on Tuesday. Xilinx, out of neighboring San Jose, was represented by Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom in the transaction. The deal is expected to close at the end of 2021.

The Latham team was led by corporate partners Tad Freese and Jonny Solomon; capital markets partners Brian Paulson and Roderick Branch; benefits and compensation partner James Metz; technology partner Tony Klein; intellectual property partner Rick Frenkel; tax partners Sam Weiner and Nicholas DeNovio; antitrust partners Mandy Reeves and Farrell Malone; litigation partners Jason Hegt and Matthew Rawlinson; and finance partners Elizabeth Oh and Haim Zaltzman. 

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