"Knology Inc. (KNOL), the cable company with customers primarily in the southeastern U.S., agreed to be bought by closely held cable operator WideOpenWest LLC for about $750 million.
Kirkland & Ellis represented WideOpenWest, or WOW, as the company is known. The firm’s corporate lawyers on the deal are, in New York, partners Kirk Radke and Joshua Kogan and associates Charles Fellers, Brandon Charnas and Jessica Woolf.
Also on the deal from Kirkland & Ellis are in finance/capital markets, partners Joshua Korff and Jason Kanner in New York; in tax, partners Patrick Gallagher and David Grenker and associate Heather Behrend; in antitrust, partner Christine Wilson and associate Joseph Nord in Washington; in employee benefits, partner Alexandra Mihalas and associate Margaret Hermes in Chicago; in environmental, partner Toby Chun and associate Jonathan Kidwell in Washington; in executive compensation, partner Scott Price and associate Matthew Shiels in New York; in intellectual property, partner Edward Sadtler and associate David Lee in New York; and in real estate, partner Jennifer Morgan and associate Jennifer Sheehan in New York."
This article appeared in its entirety in the April 19, 2012 edition of Bloomberg News.