Global law firm Baker McKenzie advised Instacart on its acquisition of Caper.ai, a technology company that deploys AI-powered smart shopping carts and checkout counters for retailers, grocers and convenience stores.
The team was led by Baker McKenzie Partner Lawrence Lee, based in Palo Alto, and included M&A lawyers Barry Chang, Amanda Bradley, Pantea Faed, and Mallory Craig-Karim; Intellectual Property and Technology lawyers Marcela Robledo and Elizabeth Gladstone; Employment and Compensation lawyers Joseph Deng, Thomas Asmar, Amanda Cohen, Adeola Olowude, Alexia Noble, Aram Karagueuzian, and Denise Glagau; Global Equity lawyer Kela Shang; International Commercial and Trade Practice lawyers Allison Stafford Powell, Iris Zhang, and Lise Test; Transactional lawyers Ava Haghighi and Jeremy Moore; Tax lawyers Kai Kramer, Ross Staine, Neil Donetti, as well as Peter George, Erin Maus, and Geoff Martin.
M&A lawyers Derek Poon, Frank Zhuang, Ivy He, Xinxing Chen; and Employment lawyers Jonathan Isaacs and Wenchao (Emma) He, based in Shanghai and Hong Kong, were also involved in the transaction.
Baker McKenzie is a transactional powerhouse with over 2,500 deal lawyers and expertise in over 46 countries. We excel in cross-border deals ― over 60% of our deals are multi-jurisdictional. We are global and local, combining money-market sophistication with local excellence.For more information about this transaction, please see Instacart's press release.