Bernard S. Kramer represents private equity firms and their portfolio companies in mergers and acquisitions, finance, executive compensation, equity incentive and general corporate matters and public corporations in public offerings and securities matters.
Represented J.W. Childs Equity Partners in the acquisition of Sunny Delight beverages brands from The Procter & Gamble Company (2004) and the sale of Sunny Delight Beverages Co. to Brynwood Partners (2016)
Represented J.W. Childs Equity Partners in the acquisition of Sheridan Healthcare, Inc., a leading multi-specialty physician practice management company from Vestar Capital Partners (2004) and the sale of Sheridan to Hellman & Friedman, LLC (2007)
Represented J.W. Childs Equity Partners in the acquisition of CHG Healthcare Services, Inc., the largest health care staffing services company in the United States (2006) and the sale of CHG to Leonard Green & Partners (2012)
Represented Moelis Capital Partners in connection with its equity investment in NAPA Management Services Corporation, the leading anesthesia specialty practice management company in the United States (2011) and the sale of NMSC to American Securities, LLC (2016)
Represented J.W. Childs Equity Partners in the acquisition of Kosta Browne Winery, a producer of pinot noir based in Sebastopol, California (2014); Shoe Sensation, Inc., a footwear retailer in the Midwest and Southern United States (2015) and KeyImpact Sales & Systems Inc., a leading independent food service sales and marketing agency (2015)
Represented Moelis Capital Partners in the acquisition of Women’s Integrated Network, Inc., a provider of infertility benefit management solutions to payors and employers (2010) and OmniSYS, LLC, a provider of medical claim billing and Medicare compliance services for pharmacies and DME providers
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