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A gilent Technologies Inc. was born in Silicon Valley but it turned to a New York firm for its recent $1.2 billion convertible debt deal.

Instead of sticking with Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati like its former parent, Hewlett-Packard Co., Agilent, a maker of precision instruments, tapped Simpson Thacher & Bartlett.

Leading the team for Simpson was partner William Hinman, who got to know the company’s legal team during Agilent’s initial public offering in 1999. Hinman represented the underwriter in the IPO while he was still a partner at Shearman & Sterling.

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