Morrison Foerster advised Grant Thornton LLP in connection with the sale of its Public Sector Advisory practice to Guidehouse, a portfolio company of Veritas Capital and leading global provider of consulting services to the public sector and commercial markets.
Grant Thornton is one of America’s largest audit, tax, and advisory firms. Its Public Sector Advisory practice helps executives and managers at all levels of government maximize their performance and efficiency in the face of limited resources and increased demand for services.
The MoFo deal team was led by Denver corporate partner Tyler Sewell and Washington, D.C. government contracts partners Damien Specht, together with San Francisco corporate associates Daigo Takahashi and Andrew Freiwald, Los Angeles corporate associate Kelly Kan, and Washington, D.C. government contracts associates Locke Bell, Nicole Giles, and Victoria Dalcourt Angle.
The wider team included New York technology transactions partner Anthony Ramirez and associate Wendy Chu; Washington, D.C. antitrust partner Megan Gerking; Washington, D.C. national security partner Charles Capito; Washington, D.C. employment and labor partner Andrew Turnbull; New York executive compensation partner Joshua Lerner; New York tax partner Dave Sturgeon; and Boston privacy and data security partner Julie O’Neill.