28 March 20213 minute read

DLA Piper advises Abry Partners in control investment in CloudWave

DLA Piper represented private equity investment firm Abry Partners in its control investment in CloudWave, a leading healthcare information technology solutions provider.

Founded in 1989, Abry Partners has completed over US$82 billion of leveraged transactions and other private equity or preferred equity placements. Currently, the firm manages over US$5 billion of capital across its active funds.

“We were pleased to again partner with Abry Partners, bringing together our extensive technology private equity capabilities and an experienced, multi-disciplinary team to complete this transaction efficiently and enable our client to move its growth objectives forward,” said Joe Alexander, DLA Piper’s US vice chair and the partner who led the firm’s deal team.

In addition to Alexander, the DLA Piper team representing Abry Partners included partners Dan Rollman, Brian Gordon, Jamie Konn (all of Atlanta), Jasmine Zacharias (Miami), Jennifer Kashatus, Julia Kovacs (both of Washington, DC), Jordan Bailowitz (Baltimore), Randy Peak (Dallas) and William Bartow (Philadelphia).

DLA Piper’s Private Equity practice includes more than 100 US lawyers who provide strategic counsel to private equity funds and the industry-leading companies they invest in. Pitchbook has repeatedly recognized DLA Piper as one of the most active private equity law firms globally, further solidifying the strength of the firm’s team and its depth of experience executing private equity transactions. 

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