Valerie A. Gross focuses her practice on business technology transactions, including technology and business process outsourcing; systems integration; commercial agreements, including professional services and consulting agreements; and licensing and other technology-related agreements.
Prior to joining Morgan Lewis, Valerie was an associate in the business technology and complex sourcing group at a national law firm. Previously, she worked with clients on corporate matters such as mergers and acquisitions, financing of public and private entities; venture capital transactions; and general corporate matters, including entity formation, corporate governance, and business agreements.
Represented a manufacturer and marketer of prestige skincare, makeup, fragrance, and hair care products, in a global finance and accounting outsourcing transaction covering multiple countries around the world.
Represented a Fortune 500 company providing clinical laboratory services in connection to its revenue cycle management outsourcing, with significant emphasis on a sophisticated gain sharing model. This matter involved the transfer of over 2,300 employees and significant process reengineering.
Represented a global software company in its manufacturing outsourcing with respect to certain repeatable processes. This involved establishing five physical factories, executing state of the art processes and automation, and delivering on innovative pricing.
Represented a major insurance company in negotiating its enterprise resource planning (ERP) system.
Cornell Law School, 2006, J.D.
William Paterson University, 2003, B.S., Business Administration/Finance, Magna Cum Laude
Awards and Affiliations
Member, American Bar Association
Member, Dean’s Advisory Board – WPUNJ College of Humanities and Social Sciences