DLA Piper represented Bowlero Corporation in the transaction.
Bowlero Corporation completed the acquisition of the Professional Bowlers Association (PBA), the pinnacle of professional bowling since 1958, with more than 3,000 members.
Bowlero Corporation is the world’s largest owner and operator of bowling entertainment centers, with more than 300 locations.
DLA Piper represented Bowlero Corporation with a team led by partner James Meade (Picture) and associate Chad Morin (both of New York) and included partners William Bartow (Philadelphia), David Berlyne, Drew Young (both of New York), Julia Kovacs, Rita Patel(both of Washington, DC) and Cathryn Le Regulski (Northern Virginia); of counsel Naftali Dembitzer (New York); and associates Joe Ardito (Northern Virginia) and Priya Narahari (Philadelphia).
Involved fees earner: Joe Ardito – DLA Piper; William Bartow – DLA Piper; David Berlyne – DLA Piper; Naftali Dembitzer – DLA Piper; Julia Kovacs – DLA Piper; James Meade – DLA Piper; Chad Morin – DLA Piper; Priya Narahari – DLA Piper; Rita Patel – DLA Piper; Cathryn Le Regulski – DLA Piper; Drew Young – DLA Piper;
Law Firms: DLA Piper;
Clients: Bowlero Corporation;