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www.shearman.com Shearman & Sterling’s global network of nineteen offices includes the major commercial centers where intellectual property issues arise: Silicon Valley, New York City and Washington D.C., in the United States; Tokyo, Hong Kong and Beijing in Asia; London, Paris, Munich and Frankfurt in Europe and Sao Paolo in South America. The Silicon Valley office is listed as a Highly Recommended intellectual property firm in the ninth edition of Global Counsel 3000, a listing prepared by the publisher of Global Counsel magazine in conjunction with Pricewaterhouse Coopers. PRACTICE OVERVIEW Our intellectual property lawyers have experience in a broad range of practice areas including litigation, licensing, alternative dispute resolution, counseling and technology transactions. The group’s litigators have extensive experience in patent, trademark and trade secret litigation in U.S. courts throughout the country and in arbitration proceedings. Shearman & Sterling’s Technology Transactions & Outsourcing Group represents clients in many significant and challenging transactions. The group’s expertise is broad-based and merges seamlessly with Shearman & Sterling’s global practice in capital markets, mergers and acquisitions and securitization. The Group’s outsourcing work distinguishes the Firm as one of few with the experience required to represent financial services companies in large multinational outsourcing transactions. EXPERIENCE AND CLIENTS Our Silicon Valley intellectual property litigators have experience litigating in a variety of technical areas, including biotechnology, medical devices, semiconductors, software, telecommunications hardware and e-commerce. The group’s patents cases include representing Incyte Corporation and UTStarcom in federal courts in the Bay Area, San Diego and Delaware. We represented Huawei Technologies in connection with the resolution of its intellectual property dispute with Cisco Systems, Inc. We have also advised entities including Amersham, Beckman Coulter, Columbia University, Connetics, S.C. Johnson & Son, and Stanford University concerning trade secrets, copyrights, trademarks and patents in matters related to litigation, licensing, outsourcing and alternative dispute resolution. Our Silicon Valley intellectual property transactional attorneys are experienced in drafting and negotiating complex technology licenses, development, distribution, manufacturing, outsourcing and other commercial agreements. Our intellectual property transactional attorneys also provide intellectual property support for a variety of corporate transactions and have extensive experience with mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, initial public offerings, debt offerings, public and private financings and securitizations. Representative transactions involving Silicon Valley intellectual property attorneys include representation of SMIC in its initial public offering, Nokia Corporation in the acquisition of assets of Sega.com, UTStarcom in the acquisition of the assets of Telos Technology, Boston Scientific Corporation in the formation of several strategic alliances, underwriters in connection with the initial public offerings of Kinetic Concepts, Inc., Callidus Software and Jazz Semiconductor, and Huawei Technologies in the formation of a data communications equipment joint venture with 3Com Corporation. For more information about the Silicon Valley intellectual property practice, please contact Vicki S. Veenker in the Silicon Valley office. Silicon Valley 1080 Marsh Road Menlo Park, California 94025 (650) 838-3600 San Francisco 525 Market Street San Francisco, California 94105 (415) 616-1100 New York 599 Lexington Avenue New York, New York 10022 (212) 848-4000 Washington, D.C. 801 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington, D.C. 20004 (202) 508-8000

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