Caroline Omotayo is an associate in the Silicon Valley office of Latham & Watkins.
Ms. Omotayo represents emerging companies, public and private companies, and private equity funds on commercial and intellectual property transactions, including:
- M&A, private equity, and joint venture transactions
- Technology, intellectual property transfers, and licensing
- Manufacturing, supply, and distribution arrangements
- Service provision agreements
She advises clients on a variety of transactions within the following industries:
- Internet services
- Commercial products
- Healthcare and biotech
Ms. Omotayo maintains an active pro bono practice. She advises non-profit and under-resourced organizations on corporate formation and general commercial matters. In addition, Ms. Omotayo represents individuals seeking asylum and permanent residency in the United States.
Ms. Omotayo has undertaken coding courses at Twitter and The Guardian newspaper as a participant on the Code First: Girls program. Ms. Omotayo has also interned at Bloomberg L.P.
Ms. Omotayo serves on the Black Lawyers Group Mentoring Subcommittee and is a member of the First Generation Professionals Group and the Women Lawyers Group.