Morris, Nichols, Arsht & Tunnell appointed Kate Betterly, Brian Egan, Michael Flynn and Dan Matthews to partner.
Betterly joined Morris Nichols in 2001 and is a member of the firm’s commercial law counseling group. Her practice involves a wide spectrum of national and local transactional matters including business acquisition agreements, financing transactions (including matters involving Uniform Commercial Code Article 9), bankruptcy-related transactions and other general contract law matters.
Egan joined Morris Nichols in 2015 as special counsel in the firm’s intellectual property litigation froup. He represents technology companies in cases involving patent infringement, trade secrets and other litigation matters. Egan has experience with a variety of technologies, including medical devices, semiconductors, pesticides, cosmetics and consumer products.
Flynn joined the firm in 2009 and is a member of the firm’s intellectual property litigation group. He represents clients in a variety of industries as lead or Delaware counsel in litigation in the District of Delaware. His practice has a particular focus on web-based technology, networking, biotechnology and consumer products.
Matthews joined Morris Nichols in 2009 and is a member of the firm’s Delaware corporate law counseling group. Matthews advises public and private corporations on a wide range of Delaware corporate law matters, including corporate governance issues as well as mergers and acquisitions and other complex corporate transactions. Matthews also counsels boards of directors and board committees on fiduciary duties.