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Salam Al-Khafaji


Salam advises primarily on employment law, including in relation to M&A transactions.

Danish and English
Career & Education
Moalem Weitemeyer

Master of Laws, University of Copenhagen

Transaction Highlights
Private Equity and Venture Capital
Represented Collateral Good Ventures in connection with a Series A investment in the company Re-Zip

Represented Prosus Ventures and Atomico, pertaining to the $60 million Series B funding round investment in Corti

Represented Triton and its portfolio company Swiss IT Security Group AG in its acquisition of 100% of the shares in SecureDevice A/S

Represented Brands4kids, a portfolio company of Dutch private equity firm Standard Investment, in connection with the acquisition of HUTTEliHUT
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Private M&A
Represented Montrose Environmental Group in the acquisition of Vandrensning.com

Represented Nexa3d Inc. in connection with the acquisition of Addifab

Represented Polaris Private Equity and current and former members of the management of DXC Technology's Eclipse business, Jørgen Jakobsen and René Ebbesen, in connection with a private equity-backed management buy-out of certain assets and liabilities of DXC Technology's Eclipse business in Denmark, Norway and Sweden

Represented PerkinElmer, Inc. in the global divestment of its Applied, Food and Enterprise Services Business to New Mountain Capital for a total consideration of USDbn 2.45

Represented Danish media company Mediehuset Friheden in its acquisition of Danish media company Den Uafhængige

Represented Nordic Metal Holdings in its acquisition of 100% of the shares in Alumeco Group
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Public M&A
Represented Equip Capital in connection with the acquisition if a portfolio of companies that were previously part of the Lakers Group, including the Danish entities Elmodan, Electro Care and Electro Performance
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