Ramy Shweiky

Senior Associate

San Francisco

Ramy Shweiky is a Senior Associate in the San Francisco office and a member of Orrick's M&A and Private Equity Group and Corporate Business Unit.

Ramy advises public and private companies and their financial sponsors in the technology and life sciences sectors, with a focus on domestic and cross border M&A, joint ventures, financings, and other strategic transactions.  He also counsels boards and investors on fiduciary duties and other corporate governance matters. 

Prior to joining Orrick, Ramy was an associate at Baker McKenzie.

Ramy has been recognized as a "Rising Star" by Super Lawyers in 2018-2020.

  • Select Engagements

    • Bayer AG in connection with the sale of its global vegetable seeds business to BASF (announced deal value $1.19 billion); the formation of its BlueRock Therapeutics joint venture with Versant Ventures and subsequent acquisition of BlueRock Therapeutics (announced enterprise value $1 billion); its $215 million investment in Century Therapeutics, LLC; its cumulative investment of over $50 million in One Drop as lead investor in One Drop's Series B and Series C financings; its Unfold Bio joint venture with Temasek; its Joyn Bio joint venture with Ginkgo Bioworks; its Oerth Bio joint venture with Arvinas and related investment in Arvinas; and several other strategic investments of Leaps by Bayer in an array of emerging growth life science companies.
    • Trimble Navigation in its acquisition of several software companies, including: Azteca Systems LLC (dba "Cityworks"); Vianova Systems AS; Nexala Ltd.; Manhattan Software Group Ltd.; and certain other confidential non-public transactions.
    • Maxim Integrated Products in its acquisitions of Trinamic Motion Control BmBH and Icron Technologies; the sale of its MEMs business to Hanking Industrial; the sale/outsourcing of its manufacturing facility in San Antonio to TowerJazz; the sale of its smart meter/energy monitoring business to Silergy; the sale of its capacitive touch business to Qualcomm; and several other confidential non-public transactions. 
    • Motorola Solutions in the sale of its Enterprise Mobility business to Zebra Technologies (announced deal value US$3.45 billion) (international aspects only) and certain other confidential non-public transactions.
    • Agilent Technologies in its spinoff of its electronic measurement business (known as Keysight Technologies).
    • NetScout Systems in connection with its acquisition of Danaher’s communication business (announced deal value US$2.6 billion) (international aspects only).
    • Symantec Corporation in the sale of its information management business (dba "Veritas") to The Carlyle Group (announced deal value US$8 billion) (international aspects only).
    • Essex Property Trust in numerous registered and Rule 144A equity and debt offerings.