Sidley represented Argos Health (Argos), a portfolio company of our client Welsh Carson Anderson and Stowe (WCAS), in its merger with EnableComp. WCAS acquired Argos earlier this year; Argos works with hospitals, health systems, and physician groups to increase revenue recovery across workers’ compensation, motor vehicle accident, out-of-state Medicaid, and Veterans Affairs claims, as well as ERISA appeals. EnableComp is a leading provider of workers’ compensation, Veteran Affairs and other complex claims processing solutions, facilitated by its proprietary software, Enforcer360.
This transaction was led by corporate partners Anthony Norris and Dan Serota and included corporate associates MK (Mee Kyung) Han, Adrian Zhang, Lanna Lan, Connor Grant-Knight, and Melissa Wang; Healthcare partner Mark Langdon as well as associates Jennifer Haney and Rina Mady; Insurance counsel Scott Goldstein and special counsel J.P. Hong; global finance partners Angela Fontana, Pietro Fontana, Kelly Lazaroff, and Allison Satyr as well as associates Adam Nelson, Irfan Siddiqui, and Kendra Smith; real estate partner Elizabeth McCloy and associate Will Otter; Employee Benefits partner Eric Wolf as well as associates Marian Fielding, Ryan McLeod, and P.C. Wang; Tax partner Rachel Kleinberg as well as associates Tyler Combest and Christian Molander-Barraza; Technology and IP Transactions partner Jennifer Coplan, counsel Dusan Clark, and associate E. Kyle Barnett; antitrust partner Karen Kazmerzak and associate Miriam Silvestri; investment funds counsel Carla Teodoro; global arbitration, trade and advocacy partner Howard Stanislawski; privacy and cybersecurity partner Alan Charles Raul as well as associates Sasha Hondagneu-Messner, Lauren Kitces, and Stephen McInerney; and litigation partners Alex Kaplan, Michael Mann, and Gordon Todd as well as associates Martha Clarke, Jason Marsico, and Deborah Sands.