Morrison Foerster advised LinQuest in connection with its acquisition of Hellebore Consulting Group, a next-generation software engineering company with expertise in DevSecOps Software systems and solutions supporting high-priority missions that will ensure the future of air dominance.
LinQuest is an innovative leader in the national security space that enables defense and intelligence missions through advanced digital solutions and the development, integration, and operation of mission critical systems. The company provides state-of-the-art software and engineering solutions for national security organizations and the intelligence community. The acquisition of Hellebore enhances both companies’ ability to provide AFMC and other Dayton, Ohio customers with their transformation efforts to a digital future.
The MoFo team advising LinQuest was led by Denver corporate partner Tyler Sewell and Washington, D.C. government contracts partner Damien Specht, together with Miami associate Gabriella Fortun, Denver associate Tom Schaad, and Washington, D.C. associate Caitlin Crujido.
The wider team included New York technology transactions partner Anthony Ramirez, New York tax partner Dave Sturgeon, New York executive compensation partner Joshua Lerner, and Washington, D.C. employment + labor partner Michael Schulman.
Read more in LinQuest’s press release.