Morrison Foerster advised LinQuest Corporation in connection with its acquisition of Capability Analysis & Measurement Organization, LLC (CAMO), which provides U.S. Special Operations Command its component commands, and other DOD customers with rapid, effective solutions across a range of research, development, test, and evaluation programs.
LinQuest is a leader in systems engineering and cutting-edge technology solutions for national security customers, and enables defense and intelligence missions through advanced digital solutions and the development, integration, and operation of mission-critical systems. The acquisition of CAMO will strengthen LinQuest’s capability to quickly deliver integrated and tested systems and solutions to meet the demands of future warfare.
MoFo also recently advised LinQuest on itsacquisition 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.
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 corporate associate Gabriella Fortun, New York corporate associate Weiting Zhu, and Washington, D.C. government contracts associates Alissandra Young McCann and Markus Speidel. The wider team included New York technology transactions partner Anthony Ramirez, Washington, D.C. employment + labor partner Michael Schulman, New York tax partner Dave Sturgeon, and New York executive compensation partner Joshua Lerner.