Fenwick & West LLP represented Redwood City, CA-based Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ: ERTS) in its recently announced acquisition of ThreeSF, Inc., the social network for gamers run by former Napster founder Shawn Fanning and which also does business as Rupture. Financial terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.
The Fenwick & West transaction team included corporate attorneys Mark Stevens, Greg Roussel, Kee Bong Kim, Patrick Kelly and Aviva Aminova; executive compensation and employee benefits attorneys Blake Martell and Liza Morgan; technology transactions attorneys Stephen Gillespie, Tracy Randall and Diana Lock; and tax attorneys Ron Schrotenboer and Tim Fitzgibbon.
Fenwick & West is a premier Interactive Entertainment law firm, working closely with innovative companies—from start-ups to publicly traded companies—to resolve the complex legal and business issues at the nexus of entertainment and technology. The firm was recently ranked by Legal 500 as one of the top three U.S. law firms in the interactive entertainment sector for corporate and M&A and is ranked by Mergermarket as one of the top five technology M&A practices in the U.S.