Representative Matters

  • CAE Inc., a Canada-based simulation and training company, and its US subsidiary CAE USA Inc. in their $1.05 billion acquisition of the L3 Military Training business from L3Harris.
  • BAE Systems, Inc., a US subsidiary of BAE Systems PLC, a UK-based international defense contractor, and its subsidiary BAE Systems Information and Electronic Systems Integration Inc., in various acquisitions, including the recent $1.925 billion acquisition of the Military Global Positioning Systems business of United Technologies Corporation/Collins Aerospace; its $275 million acquisition of the Airborne Tactical Radios business of Raytheon; and its acquisition of Riptide Autonomous Solutions.
  • An Australia based company in its establishment of a U.S. subsidiary to undertake sensitive work for the U.S. government.
  • T-Mobile US, Inc. in connection with Sprint Corporation’s $26 billion merger with T-Mobile.
  • BAE Systems, Inc. and its subsidiary BAE Systems Southeast Shipyard AMHC Inc. in its sale of BAE Systems Southeast Shipyards Alabama LLC to Epic Maritime Asset Holdings, LLC.
  • Alaris Holdings Ltd., a South Africa-based public company, and its subsidiary Alaris Investment Holdings UK Limited, in its acquisition of mWAVE Industries LLC.
  • Menzies Aviation in connection with its acquisition of ASIG, a provider of global aviation support and aftermarket services.
  • A global Asia-based tech company in connection with various acquisitions in the aerospace, defense and government services sector division which provides outsourced engineering and staff augmentation services primarily to aerospace original equipment manufacturers.
  • Leonardo US Aircraft, Inc. (f/k/a Alenia Aermacchi North America, Inc.), a subsidiary of Leonardo S.p.A., an Italy-based public company, on various corporate governance matters.
  • Airbus Group in its acquisition of Navtech Inc., a global provider of flight operations solutions.
  • A defense and security solutions company in connection with its sale of it's radio frequency and microwave subsystems businesses for use in radar, electronic warfare, communication, missile, flight test and simulation applications.
  • SOS International LLC, a government services integrator that works principally in the defense and intelligence sectors, in its acquisition of New World Solutions, a defense and intelligence contracting firm that specializes in imagery science, cyber analytic and advanced technology research and development.
  • Measurement Specialties, Inc., a global sensor manufacturer, in connection with its acquisition by Switzerland-based TE Connectivity Ltd.
  • BioFire Diagnostics, a manufacturer of viral and bacterial infection detection products, in connection with its acquisition by France-based BioMérieux S.A., a manufacturer of disease detection products and food, water and cosmetics quality testing products.
  • OPINICUS Corporation, a flight simulation company, in its sale to Textron Inc.
  • Quest Global Holdings, LTD, a UK-based company, and its subsidiary QTec Analytics, LLC in the acquisition of Monitor Government Venture Services, LLC, a consulting firm that advises governments, NGOs and corporations on issues of strategy.
  • Kongsberg Gruppen ASA, an international company listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange that supplies high-technology systems and solutions to customers in the oil and gas, merchant marine, and defense and aerospace industries, and its subsidiary Kongsberg Integrated Tactical Systems Inc., in KITS's acquisition of certain assets of Tactronics Holdings, LLC and Tactronics Group International, a provider of tactical integrated electronic systems for land and marine applications.
  • Leonardo SpA (f/k/a Finmeccanica-SpA), Italy's largest aerospace and defense company, in its acquisition of DRS Technologies, Inc., a supplier of integrated defense electronics products, services and support.
  • SES Americom, Inc. and Americom Government Services, Inc. (AGS), in AGS's acquisition of AOS, Inc., a provider of satellite and secure communications services, network mobility and managed networks to US government customers.
  • DFI International, a Washington, DC-based national security consulting firm, in:
    – Sale of DFI Corporate Services to The Avascent Group, a Washington, DC-based strategy and management consulting firm focused in defense, aerospace, and homeland security industries
    – Sale of DFI International and DFI Government Services to Detica Group plc, a UK-based information technology consulting and security services provider listed on the London Stock Exchange