Global law firm Baker McKenzie is advising client Snowflake (NYSE: SNOW) in its acquisition of Streamlit, a framework built to simplify and accelerate the creation of data applications. The combination of these two companies will bring developers and data scientists a more powerful resource for quickly developing and sharing data apps.

The Snowflake Data Cloud provides developers and data scientists with a trusted and secure collaboration hub for data that companies such as BlackRock, Instacart, Lacework and others depend on. Meanwhile, Streamlit's open-source framework enables developers and data scientists to iteratively build and quickly share data apps, and has over 8 million downloads and has been used to build more than 1.5 million applications.

The transaction was led by Baker McKenzie partners Leif King and Barry Chang in Palo Alto.

The team also included the following lawyers:

M&A: Jonathan Farrokhnia (Dallas), Mallory Craig-Karim, Sesen Hailemichael and Nicolas Woo (San Francisco), Josephine Bae (Chicago)
Intellectual Property: Marcela Robledo (San Francisco), Yuyao Leng (New York)
Employment and Compensation: Tom Asmar (Palo Alto), Kimberly Franko (New York), M'Alyssa Mecenas (Los Angeles), Damiya Park (Chicago)
Tax: Kai Kramer and Ross Staine (Dallas)
Antitrust: Creighton Macy, Teisha Johnson and Arvind Miriyala (Washington, DC)

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.

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