Carter Ledyard assists Financial Dynamics in Westhill Acquisition
Carter Ledyard & Milburn LLP represented Financial Dynamics, an Advent International portfolio company, in connection with its acquisition of Westhill Partners, an accomplished business management consulting firm. The Carter Ledyard & Milburn legal team for the transaction included partners James E. Abbott and Lawrence F. Carnevale, counsel Richard J. Horne and Patricia Matzye, associates Richard T. Califano and Carey S. Williams, and summer associate Joseph Mulvihill. UK counsel to Financial Dynamics were Derek Baird and Henry Harris at Lovells.
A copy of the press release from Financial Dynamics can be found here.
Carter Ledyard & Milburn LLP (www.clm.com), established in 1854, has more than 120 attorneys and is headquartered on Wall Street, with additional offices in midtown Manhattan and Washington, DC. A significant portion of the firm’s broad-based corporate practice involves the representation of overseas-based clients and their U.S. affiliates, representation of financial institutions and other financial services providers, the representation of governmental entities and representation of media and technology clients.
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