Goodwin advised Innosight, a growth strategy firm focused on helping companies navigate disruptive change, in its purchase by professional services firm Huron.
The deal, valued at up to $135 million, is expected to close in March.
Co-founded in 2000 by Harvard Business School professor Clayton Christiansen, author of The Innovator’s Dilemma, and with offices in the U.S., Switzerland and Singapore, Innosight is a growth strategy consulting firm focused on helping organizations design and create the future, instead of being disrupted by it. As the leading authority on disruptive innovation and strategic transformation, Innosight works with clients across a range of industries to identify new growth opportunities, build new ventures and capabilities, and accelerate organizational change.
The Innosight team was led by partner Larry Chu (Picture) and included associates Nate Hagler, Manoj Ramia, John Casnocha and Andrew Person, partner Kelsey Lemaster and associate Todd Pollock, partner Koray Bulut and associates Jane Feddes and Brian Kelly, partner Lynda Galligan and associates Mark Schenkel and Christina Wong, partner Andrea Agathoklis Murino and counsel Todd Hahn, and partner Richard Matheny.
Involved fees earner: Lawrence Chu – Goodwin Procter; Nathan Hagler – Goodwin Procter; Manoj Ramia – Goodwin Procter; John Casnocha – Goodwin Procter; Andrew Person – Goodwin Procter; Kelsey Lemaster – Goodwin Procter; Todd Pollock – Goodwin Procter; Koray Bulut – Goodwin Procter; Lynda Galligan – Goodwin Procter; Jane Feddes – Goodwin Procter; Brian Kelly – Goodwin Procter; Andrea Murino – Goodwin Procter; Todd Hahn – Goodwin Procter; Richard Matheny – Goodwin Procter;
Law Firms: Goodwin Procter;
Clients: Innosight LLC;