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New York Office of K&L Gates Continues Recent Growth with Partner Addition

Thursday, May 17, 2007

New York, NY—Kirkpatrick & Lockhart Preston Gates Ellis LLP (K&L Gates) welcomes partner Stephan Mallenbaum to its New York office. Mallenbaum joins the firm from Jones Day.

Mallenbaum counsels clients on issues relating to capital formation, mergers and acquisitions and the growth of entrepreneurial ventures. He is experienced in handling complex global, multiparty transactions.

Mallenbaum also brings to K&L Gates more than 25 years of technology-sector experience, where he works with clients to structure and develop private equity financings, public offerings, strategic partnerships, joint ventures, executive compensation plans, technology commercializations, liquidity transactions and other innovative arrangements unique to this area of business.

Woody Collins, Administrative Partner of K&L Gates’ New York office, said: "Stephan’s background is an ideal complement to our transactional capacity here in New York and in markets around the world. Our clients in technology and other vital sectors will benefit from his experience."

K&L Gates’ Chairman and Global Managing Partner Peter J. Kalis said: "Stephan represents yet another building block in our growing New York office and in establishing K&L Gates as a leading global law firm with deep roots in technology and intellectual property transactions. We are pleased to welcome him to the firm."

K&L Gates comprises approximately 1,400 lawyers in 22 offices located in North America, Europe and Asia, and represents capital markets participants, entrepreneurs, growth and middle market companies, leading FORTUNE 100 and FTSE 100 global corporations and public sector entities. For more information, visit

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