Kirkland & Ellis LLP counseled Shermco Industries, the leading independent provider of electrical testing, maintenance, and repair services in North America, on its decision to be acquired by Gryphon Investors, a San Francisco-based private equity firm, from funds managed by Oaktree Capital Management, L.P.’s Power Opportunities Group. Financial terms were not disclosed. The full release is available here.
The Kirkland team was led by corporate partners Hamed Meshki and Bryan Ikegami and included associates Dilveer Vahali and Michael Chung; tax partner Russell Light and associate Timothy Campany; environmental transactions partner Stefanie Gitler and associate Jennifer Pierce; international trade and national security partner Mario Mancuso and associates Carolyn Schroll and Joshua Thompson; real estate partner Roberto Miceli and associate Ashley Thompson; labor and employment partner Edward Holzwanger; executive compensation partners Michael Krasnovsky and Andy Barton and associate Galen Spielman; employee benefits partner Matthew Antinossi and associate Emily Morrison; technology and intellectual property transactions partner Matthew Lovell and associate Nick DeCoster; debt finance partner Brian Ford; and antitrust partner Carla A.R. Hine and of counsel Donna Alberts Peel.