Kirkland & Ellis advised Brighton Park Capital, an investment firm that specializes in software, information services, technology-enabled services, and healthcare, on its acquisition of a majority stake in Relatient, the leading customer-rated patient engagement vendor, as well as its investment in a significant amount of growth capital. The agreement provides for a significant new equity capital investment and positions Relatient for continued leadership and growth in the patient engagement ecosystem. Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
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The Kirkland team was led by transactional partner Andy Fleischman and associates Matthew Benedetto and Dawson Kirkland and included partner Leo Greenberg; tax partner Adam Kool; and executive compensation partner Matthew Shiels and associate Malhar Naik.