Palo Alto, CA – June 8, 2012 – Cooley LLP announced today that it is advised Quickoffice, in its sale to Google, Inc. Quickoffice is a leader in office productivity solutions, with an established track record of enabling seamless interoperability with popular file formats. Google has stated its intention of quickly bringing Quickoffice's technology to its Google Apps product suite. The terms of the transaction were undisclosed.
The Cooley team included corporate partner Mark Tanoury; associates Michelle Sonu Park and Robin Bennett; and special counsel Kara Hagen. Partner Renee Deming and associate Laura McDaniels provided compensation and benefits advice; and senior counsel Buff Miller provided tax advice.
Google noted the transaction on its blog, here.
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