Baker & McKenzie partner Susan Eandi was recently honored by The Recorder publication as one of its top Women Leaders in Technology Law.
According to The Recorder, the honorees were chosen by editors because "they're helping build new business models and defending them from court challenges. They're negotiating transformational deals that remake companies and move markets." These women are "leaders in board rooms and court rooms across the Bay Area."
Ms. Eandi is a partner in Baker & McKenzie's Employment Practice where she leads the Firm's Global Employment and Labor Law sub-practice group for North America, and chairs the San Francisco/Palo Alto Compensation and Employment Law Practice Group. Her practice focuses on cross-border employment matters arising throughout the employment relationship, including those that arise from mergers, acquisition and divestitures, tax and supply chain restructuring, post-acquisition integration, outsourcing and global expansion.
As published in The Recorder, "Eandi has advised some of the largest tech companies on international employment issues arising from pivotal changes within their organization, including spinoffs aimed at unlocking shareholder value, acquisitions designed to bring synergistic technology to the market and expansion into new markets."
Ms. Eandi and other award recipients will be honored at a reception hosted by The Recorder later this month.