BOISE, Idaho - (March 13, 2014) Perkins Coie represented client Bully Dog Technologies, a developer of full-featured automotive calibration solutions for the truck aftermarket, in its merger with SCT Holdings, the leading software company focused on improving fuel efficiency and increasing vehicles performance.
Led by Boise partner Melanie Rubocki, the Perkins Coie team included Boise partner Erika Malmen, Seattle partners Bryan Smith and Grace Han Stanton, Boise counsel Cheryl Allaire, Boise associate Matt Purcell, San Francisco associate Chris Tom and Seattle senior attorney Neal Hudders.
Click here to read the joint Bully Dog SCT Holdings press release.
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