Carole A. Spink focuses her practice on international and domestic employment law counseling. Carole advises on appropriate employment structures, onboarding requirements, employment agreements, handbooks and policies, bonus and commission plans, expats, non-competes, reductions in force and terminations. She has extensive experience handling employment issues in mergers and acquisitions, spin-offs, corporate reorganizations, outsourcings as well as post acquisition integration matters. She also advises on cross-border employment compliance.
Advised a pharmaceutical company on its purchase of a global antibiotics company with an announced deal value of $9.5 billion*
Advised a global pharmaceutical company on its purchase of a biopharmaceutical company that develops treatments for migraines and autoimmune and inflammatory diseases with an announced deal value of $1.95 billion*
Advised a global oil and gas business on its combination with another global oil and gas company into a combined organization involving 120 locations and 70,000 employees*
Advised a global communications company on the purchase of a telecom business involving 65 locations and 10,000 employees*
Advised a media technology company on its tender offer to purchase all outstanding shares of a global mobile ad technology company*
Advised a tier 1 automotive supplier on outsourcing of infrastructure services involving 15 countries*
Advised a global technology company on a reduction in force involving 59 countries*
Advised a financial service firm on a global employment audit involving 25 countries and multiple business lines*
Advised a maintenance service company on the standardization of senior level employment, confidentiality and proprietary rights agreements across the United States and in 12 countries*
London School of Economics and Political Science, MSc International Relations, 2003
Chicago-Kent College of Law, JD, High Honors, Order of the Coif, 1997
University of Central Florida, BA, 1992
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