MoFo News Item

MoFo Advises SNFL in Combination with IFG

10 Mar 2022

Morrison & Foerster advised Special New Fruit Licensing (SNFL), a table grape research and development company, in connection with its agreement to combine with International Fruit Genetics (IFG).

For over 25 years, SNFL has been breeding and developing new table grape varieties and licensing their production around the world. Its Innovation Centre is state-of-the-art and its multi-disciplinary team is made up of geneticists, molecular biologists, agronomists, and technologists of the highest caliber. SNFL is present in 18 countries across the globe and delivers innovation in mainstream, specialty flavored, disease resistant, and high antioxidant table grape varieties.

The MoFo deal team advising SNFL was led by New York corporate partner Omar Pringle, together with Palo Alto corporate of counsel Danli Guo, Washington, D.C. corporate associate Shams Alaa Haidari, New York corporate associates Hannah Yang and Lee Adam Nisson, and Miami corporate associate Ludovica Gardani.



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