Press Release

Kirkland Advises Thoma Bravo on Strategic Growth Investment in Circle Cardiovascular Imaging

Kirkland & Ellis advised Thoma Bravo, a leading software investment firm, on its strategic growth investment in Circle Cardiovascular Imaging Inc. ("Circle CVI"), the global leader in cardiovascular imaging solutions. Thoma Bravo's partnership is expected to drive future investment in product innovation, extend Circle CVI's market leadership position and fuel future growth. Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

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The Kirkland team was led by corporate partners John Kaercher and Martha Todd and associates Kelly King, Fraser Wayne, Oscar Leija and William Kelly with support from partner Ted Peto, and also included tax partners Adam Kool and Kevin Coenen and associate Steven Cantor, technology & IP transactions partners Seth Traxler and Aaron Lorber and associates Amy Barber, Jessie Perlman and Paula McDonald, healthcare partners Dennis Williams and Jordan Cohen and associates Brittany Strandell and Olivia Seraphim, executive compensation partner Michael Falk and associates David Branham, Deidre Kalendarian and Michal Galayevich, employment and labor partner Sydney Jones and associate Nick Ustaski, environmental transactions partner Paul Tanaka and associate Laura Weingarden, international trade and national security partner Luci Hague and associate Chad Crowell, antitrust partners Carla Hine, Chuck Boyars and Sally Evans and associates Shahzrad Sadjadi and Kelsey Laugel, debt finance partner Brian Ford and associates Jessica Tjang and Andrew Won, government contracts partner Boyd Greene, corporate partners David Higgins and David Holdsworth and associates Ben Hai and Euan Alston, and employee benefits partner Robert Zitko and associate Iris Grossman.