WSGR

AcronymDefinition
WSGRWilson, Sonsini, Goodrich and Rosati (Palo Alto, CA law firm)
WSGRWine Spectator Greystone Restaurant (St. Helena, CA)
WSGRWater Gas Shift Reaction
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Since joining WSGR in 1999, she has represented high-profile technology companies, including LinkedIn, Twitter, Epicor Software, Plantronics, Seagate, Sun Microsystems, and Coherent.
WSGR is nationally recognized as a leader in the fields of corporate governance and finance, mergers and acquisitions, private equity, securities litigation, employment law, intellectual property, and antitrust, among many other areas of law.
Warden then produced a similar email that had been sent by Andreessen to David Killem at WSGR at 2:30am on June 22 1995, again Barksdale didn't know why Andreessen had sent themail.
WSGR was recently named one of Law360's 2015 "Life Sciences Groups of the Year" and was ranked first in the inaugural Life Sciences Law Firm Index published by litigation finance firm Lake Whillans based on research conducted by Breaking Media that looked at law firm corporate, intellectual property, and regulatory practices; experience working with start-up companies; and thought leadership to identify which law firms are the most active and relevant for life sciences companies.
amp; CEO John Raymont, Kurion Chairman and Lux Capital Management Founder Josh Wolfe, Kurion Counsel and WSGR Partner Michael O'Donnell, Kurion VP Dr.
Andrea joined WSGR in January 2012 after serving as Counsel to the Assistant Attorney General for Antitrust at the DOJ.
The Company: Start-up biotech company co-founded and based on studies by Johns Hopkins Researchers, incorporated by WSGR.
Throughout its deliberations, the Board received the advice of WSGR, PAC and UBS, who were retained to advise the Board in connection with the offer.