LauraCarpentier

Associate

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Laura Carpentier practices corporate law in the area of M&A. Her experience includes acting for public and private companies and investments funds on a range of transactions involving acquisitions, disposals, investments, joint ventures, and corporate restructurings in domestic and in cross-border contexts.

Prior to joining Jones Day in 2022, Laura completed internships within the M&A and private equity departments of various law firms, French banks, and companies operating worldwide.

经验

  • Sanofi sells portfolio of well-established consumer healthcare brands to STADAJones Day advised Sanofi in the sale of a portfolio of 7 well-established consumer healthcare brands across several countries, including Belgium, Germany, Hungary, Spain, the U.K., as well as Nordic countries, to STADA Arzneimittel AG.
  • Arverne Group combines with Transition to publicly list on Euronext Paris the future French leader in geothermal and low-carbon lithium to drive energy transitionJones Day advised Arverne Group SAS, a French company ("Arverne"), in its business combination with Euronext listed Transition SA to create the future French leader in geothermal and low-carbon lithium production.
  • Timken acquires Des-CaseJones Day advised The Timken Company in the acquisition of Des-Case Corp., a Nashville, Tenn.-based manufacturer of specialty filtration products for industrial lubricants.
  • Sanofi sells customer healthcare products to ZentivaJones Day advised Sanofi in the sale of a portfolio of 12 customer healthcare products marketed in Europe to Zentiva K.S, a multinational pharmaceutical company headquartered in Prague, Czech Republic.
  • Électricité de Strasbourg forms JV with ErametJones Day advised Électricité de Strasbourg, an energy provider in Alsace (France), in the formation of a joint venture with Eramet, one of the leading French actors in the mining and metallurgy industries, to develop and use joint capabilities for the extraction, refining and production of lithium from geothermal resources, with a targeted annual volume of 10,000 tons of lithium corresponding to the volume necessary to produce c.250,000 batteries for electric vehicles per year).