Unified Women’s Healthcare on its strategic partnership with CCRM Fertility.
Genstar in its investment in Vector Solutions.
The Carlyle Group on its $435 million acquisition of Unchained Labs.
Donuts Inc. in its acquisition of Afilias, Inc.
Altas Partners in its investment in Unified Women’s Healthcare.
L Catterton-led consortium in its acquisition of Truck Hero, Inc.
Leslie's, Inc. in its initial public offering of common stock.
Radiology Partners on its $885 million acquisition of MEDNAX Radiology Solutions.
Windjammer Capital in its pending sale of Advanced Instruments to Patricia Industries, Inc., a part of Investor AB.
Nexstar Media Group, Inc., the largest television station owner in the United States with 197 stations in 115 markets addressing nearly 63% of US television households, in its $1 billion offering of senior notes.
Clearhaven Partners LP in its acquisition of TimeTrade Systems, Inc.
L Catterton in its strategic minority equity investment in FYidoctors, the world's largest optometrist-controlled eye care company.
Nexstar Media Group, Inc. in its purchase and sale agreements with Fox Television Stations, LLC.
Windjammer Capital in its acquisition of Hilco Vision.
TA Associates in its sale of a majority interest in Aldevron to EQT Partners.
Fortive Corporation in Industrial Scientific’s $570 million acquisition of Intelex Technologies.
RLDatix, backed by TA Associates and Five Arrows Principal Investments / Five Arrows Capital Partners, in its acquisition of iContracts.
Clayton, Dubilier & Rice in its acquisition of Sirius Computer Solutions.
Steiner Leisure Ltd. in the $900 million sale of ELEMIS, a British skincare brand, to L’Occitane International.
OneSpaWorld in its business combination with Haymaker Acquisition Corp., a publicly-traded special purchase acquisition corporation, resulting in OneSpaWorld Holdings Ltd. (Nasdaq:OSW).
L Catterton in its acquisition of Cholula.
Nexstar Media Group in certain matters, including in its $6.4 billion acquisition of Tribune Media Co.; its $4.6 billion acquisition of Media General; and its $1.3 billion sale of nineteen stations in fifteen markets to TEGNA and The E.W. Scripps Company.
L Catterton in the sale of CorePower Yoga.
Clayton, Dubilier & Rice in its acquisition of PowerTeam Services.
Abry Partners in its sale of a stake in Acrisure to an investor consortium led by Blackstone’s GSO Capital Partners and Tactical Opportunities businesses.
Fortive Corporation in its $2 billion acquisition of Accruent.
General Motors in the $2.25 billion investment from the SoftBank Vision Fund in GM Cruise Holdings LLC, GM’s autonomous vehicle (AV) business, at a $19 billion valuation.
Altas Partners in its $400 million acquisition of the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences.
L Catterton and Ainsworth Pet Nutrition in the $1.9 billion sale of Ainsworth Pet Nutrition to The J.M. Smucker Company.
WGL Holdings, Inc. in its $6.4 billion sale to AltaGas Ltd.
Fortive Corporation in its $770 million acquisition of Landauer.
L Catterton in its investment in Equinox Fitness Clubs.
LNK Partners in its sale of Au Bon Pain to Panera Bread.
Cogeco Communications Inc. and Atlantic Broadband in their $1.4 billion acquisition of MetroCast cable systems from Harron Communications LP.
Micro Focus International plc in its $8.8 billion “Reverse Morris Trust” acquisition of Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company’s software business.
Abry Partners and LanguageLine Solutions LLC in the $1.52 billion sale of LanguageLine Solutions to Teleperformance.
Abry Partners in its $2.25 billion joint sale of RCN Telecom and Grande Communications to TPG Partners VII, L.P. and Google Capital.
Starr Investment Holdings, LLC in its sale of MultiPlan, Inc. to Hellman & Friedman, and its prior $4.4 billion acquisition of MultiPlan, Inc. from BC Partners and Silver Lake Partners.
3G Capital Partners, Ltd. and H.J. Heinz Company on the financing for the merger of Heinz with Kraft Foods Group, Inc.
L Catterton in its $2 billion acquisition of Leslie’s Poolmart.
Corning Inc. in connection with the exchange of its 50% ownership interest in Dow Corning Corp. for 100% of the stock of a corporation holding an approximately 40% ownership interest in Hemlock Semiconductor Group and other assets including approximately $4.8 billion in cash.
Abry Partners and Berkshire Partners in their $1.87 billion sale of The Telx Group, Inc. to Digital Realty Trust, Inc.
L Catterton in its $925 million take private acquisition of Steiner Leisure Ltd.
Ventas, Inc., a real estate investment trust, in connection with its $1.75 billion acquisition of Ardent Medical Services, Inc., together with the separation and sale of a majority stake to Equity Group Investments of Ardent’s hospital operations.
PHH Corporation in the $1.4 billion sale of its fleet management services business PHH Arval to Element Financial Corporation.
3G Capital Partners, Ltd. in its $28 billion acquisition, along with Berkshire Hathaway, of the H.J. Heinz Company.
London Stock Exchange Group plc in its $2.7 billion acquisition of Frank Russell Company.
RBC Bearings in its $500 million acquisition of Sargent Aerospace & Defense.
Infineon Technologies AG in its $3 billion acquisition of International Rectifier Corporation.
Burger King Worldwide Holdings, Inc. and its controlling stockholder, 3G Capital Partners Ltd., in connection with its $8.1 billion business combination with Justice Holdings Limited, a London Stock Exchange-listed public investment vehicle, resulting in a partial sale of Burger King to the Justice shareholders for $1.4 billion and a New York Stock Exchange listing of Burger King.
3G Capital Partners, Ltd. in its $4 billion leveraged acquisition of Burger King Holdings, Inc.
Accenture plc in several matters, including its $830 million carve-out sale of Navitaire to Amadeus IT Holding SA, its acquisition of Cloud Sherpas, its acquisition of Mortgage Cadence LLC, its $375 million acquisition of Procurian Inc. and its $316 million acquisition of Acquity Group.
Apax Partners in several matters, including its sale of AssuredPartners to an investor group led by GTCR; its $3.3 billion acquisition of Align Networks and One Call Care Management; its acquisition of Epicor Software Corporation; and its $570 million carveout acquisition of Cole Haan from Nike, Inc.