Sidley is representing EQT Private Equity in its acquisition of PRO Unlimited. EQT is a purpose-driven global investment organization with more than €67 billion in assets under management across 26 active funds. PRO Unlimited is a leading provider of integrated contingent workforce management solutions through its holistic platform which includes managed service program, vendor management software, direct sourcing, and data and analytics capabilities.
This transaction was led by New York Private Equity partner Brien Wassner and San Francisco Private Equity partner Vijay Sekhon. The Corporate deal team included associates Emily Hunter, Kathryn Betts, Anna Razzaio, and Jake McDonough. Employee Benefits and Labor, Employment and Immigration partners Eric Hoffman, Benjamin Rosemergy, and Eric Wolf, counsel Galit Knotz, senior associate Peter McCorkell, and associates Karim Pirani and Li Wang were instrumental in completing this transaction.
Other transactional support was provided by Global Finance partner Joshua Thompson, counsel Louis Vitale, and associate Samuel Borland; Insurance counsel Scott Goldstein; Antitrust partner Karen Kazmerzak, counsel Elizabeth Chen, and senior associate Ellen Thomson; Private Equity partner Fatema Orjela; Tax partners Laura Barzilai and Tara Lancaster as well as associates Jennifer Waclawik, Jonathan Westreich, and Laurence Wilcock; and Technology and IP Transactions partner Jennifer Coplan, counsel Dusan Clark, and associates Kyle Barnett and Summer Danzeisen. The regulatory team involved in this deal included Global Arbitration, Trade and Advocacy partners Barbara Broussard, Sven De Knop, and James Mendenhall as well as associates Carys Golesworthy and Alessandra Moroni; Environmental counsel Maureen Crough and associate Allen Braddock; and Privacy and Cybersecurity partner Alan Charles Raul and associate Stephen McInerney. The Litigation team included partners Richard Klingler, Alex Kaplan, and Michael D. Mann as well as associate Deborah Sands.