King & Spalding LLP advised Booz Allen Hamilton on the deal while Holland & Knight LLP represented Liberty IT Solutions.
Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) announced its definitive agreement to acquire Liberty IT Solutions, LLC, a leading information technology and services firm, for $725 million. The acquisition will broaden and deepen Booz Allen’s digital solutions capabilities, expand its talent base and service delivery models, and strengthen its ability to work with strategic industry partners to help clients adapt and transform.
Liberty’s leading digital solutions—including robust cloud, low code/no code, and DevSecOps capabilities—will complement Booz Allen’s powerful digital transformation portfolio and help clients achieve more efficient, effective transformational change.
The King & Spalding team was led by Charlie Katz (Picture) and Lindsay Thomas. It also included Erin M. Hoffert, James Ryan Lichtenfels, Jonathan Talansky, Andrew Todd, Laura Westfall, Edward Holzwanger, Myrna Salinas Baumann, Jill A. McWhirter, Laura S. Huffman, Steve Cave, Susan J. Borschel, Adam C. Solander, Igor Gorlach, Brian E. Ashin and Albert Y Kim.
Holland & Knight Partners Adam August and Ashley Plemons, and Associates Andy Erickson and David Valk led the firm’s representation of Liberty in the deal.
Involved fees earner: Adam August – Holland & Knight; Andrew Erickson – Holland & Knight; Ashley Plemons – Holland & Knight; David Valk – Holland & Knight; Brian Ashin – King & Spalding; Susan Borschel – King & Spalding; Steve Cave – King & Spalding; Igor Gorlach – King & Spalding; Erin Hoffert – King & Spalding; Edward Holzwanger – King & Spalding; Laura Huffman – King & Spalding; Charles Katz – King & Spalding; Albert Kim – King & Spalding; James Ryan Lichtenfels – King & Spalding; Jill McWhirter – King & Spalding; Myrna Salinas Baumann – King & Spalding; Adam Solander – King & Spalding; Jonathan Talansky – King & Spalding; Lindsay Thomas – King & Spalding; Andrew Todd – King & Spalding; Laura Westfall – King & Spalding;