represented Databricks, the
lakehouse company, in its acquisition of Okera, a data governance platform with
a focus on AI.
plans to integrate Okera’s technology into its Unity Catalog, its existing
governance solution of data and AI assets. The acquisition will also enable
Databricks to expose additional APIs that its own data governance partners will
be able to use to provide solutions to their customers. More information can be
obtained from Databrick’s blog post.
Fenwick transaction team included corporate partners Victoria Lupu,
David Bell, Ethan Skerry and Eric Shedlosky and associates Brendan Montgomery, Riddhi
Adhikari and David Heath; technology transactions partners Joseph Schenck and
Ralph Pais, associate Ellis Liang, law clerk Judd Chamaa and advisor Sandra
Weustink; executive compensation and employee benefits partner Shawn Lampron,
counsel Jane Piehler and associates Jonathan
Stephenson and Cynthia Yuan; privacy and
cybersecurity partner Tyler Newby and associate Heba Tawadross; employment
litigation partner Dan McCoy and associates Reanne Swafford-Harris and Oliver
Katz; tax partner Mike Knobler and associate Kris Hatch; and trade and national
security partner Melissa Duffy and associate Sofia Chalat.