Chapter 19: Recognition
As soon as Emma finished speaking, the entire room erupted in excitement. If the acquisition by Future Better Technology Company could be successfully completed, it would create a new historic high for the Justice Law Office. With suc.. a large project at hand, the strongest merger and acquisition team must be assembled. Not to mention a newcomer like Serena, even senior lawyers within the department may not necessarily have the qualifications to participate.
Serena’s heart was pounding, and she could only recall the time when she first came to the Justice Law Office and went to Emma for a project. At that time, Emma had given her a good scolding for being inexperienced. In just a short six months, the feeling of being
recognized was really good.
“Thank you, Emma. I will work hard,” Serena said sincerely.
Emma had always been decisive in hiring. For this project with Future Better Technology Company, she only brought Charlie and Serena. Charlie was a senior lawyer with a sharp mind and strong ability to perform in critical situations, which could make up for Serena’s lack of experience. Serena, on the other hand, was diligent and patient, and was excellent at collecting and summarising information and writing reports. Emma also had a private intention that she didn’t reveal to others – Serena was beautiful, and her looks were unforgettable at first glance. Even if she was dressed in a typical professional suit, she still stood out among a group of colleagues in the same attire. Emma used to disdain using the advantage of female appearance, but this time in Boston, Eric from Future Better Technology Company couldn’t help but look at Serena from time to time. If it could help to promote their
work, it might not be a bad thing.
In the afternoon, the three of them arrived early at Future Better Technology Company, and Eric warmly welcomed them. He did not. avoid anything and took them on a tour of the exhibition area and the office area. He also demonstrated several of Future Better’s latest high- tech products in the exhibition area harlie was very interested and exclaimed that they were too amazing. Serena was not particularly interested in these products, but out of work habits, she carefully remembered the product models, functions, and some parameters that Mr. Crawford demonstrated.
After the visit, in the meeting room, Mr. Crawford said frankly, “Emma, to be honest, I’m not very useful to you right now. Mr. Humphery is still overseas at the moment and is expected to return next week. I can introduce him to you then, but whether it will work out or not depends on you. At present, I can tell you that Mr. Humphery is already in talks with three law firms.”
This was stated very officially. Serena had checked the information, and Eric was Penn’s right–hand man, and his position was self–evident.
When Penn was studying abroad, he met Eric at school. They became acquainted through a competition and shared the same vision. When Penn founded Future Better Technology Company, he invited Eric to join. In the first two years, Penn returned to China to develop the domestic market and brought Eric back with him.
According to the information, the real core research base of Future Better was still located overseas and will be fully managed by another capable member, who was very mysterious and has not revealed any personal information publicly, except for a simple English name: Jane.
Most of the product designers at Future Better Technology Company signed their work with the name “Jane,” so it was speculated that Jane
was a woman.
The few people in the conference room were talking happily. Eric was very good at conversation and he and Charlie hit it off immediately. After chatting for about an hour, the oup was about to say goodbye when the door to the conference room opened and a low, emotionless voice said, “Mr. Crawford, come to my office.”
It turned out to be Penn?