Reston, VA – August 20, 2013 – Cooley LLP announced today that it advised Millennial Media on its $225 million acquisition of Jumptap. Millennial Media is the leading independent mobile advertising and data platform powering the app economy. Jumptap is a mobile advertising platform that has recently taken a programmatic and mobile-first approach to reaching audiences. The predominantly all stock transaction is subject to customary closing conditions.
The Cooley corporate and M&A team advising Millennial Media included partners Al Browne, Craig Menden and Brent Siler, as well as special counsel Brian Leaf and associates Dan Espinoza, Robin Bennett and Eric Chow. Other Cooley attorneys who advised on the transaction included partners Jacqueline Grise, Nathan Cummings, Scott Talbot, David Walsh, Mark Windfeld-Hansen; senior counsel Lois Voelz; special counsel Buff Miller and Eric Tobias and associates Megan Browdie, Sarah Dale, Laura McDaniels and Ian O'Neill.
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