Patrick J. Sandor

Partner

San Francisco
Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP
One Front Street
San Francisco, CA 94111
T 415 858 7439
F 415 858 7599
psandorwillkie.com

Patrick Sandor is a partner in Willkie’s Corporate & Financial Services Department and Private Equity Practice Group. His practice focuses on buyout and investment transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, leveraged buyouts, spin-offs and carve-outs, restructurings and recapitalizations, and growth and later-stage financings. He represents many leading private equity funds and their portfolio companies, with a particular focus on the technology, fintech and healthtech industries.

Patrick Sandor is a partner in Willkie’s Corporate & Financial Services Department and Private Equity Practice Group. His practice focuses on buyout and investment transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, leveraged buyouts, spin-offs and carve-outs, restructurings and recapitalizations, and growth and later-stage financings. He represents many leading private equity funds and their portfolio companies, with a particular focus on the technology, fintech and healthtech industries.

Selected Significant Matters

Patrick advised on the following significant matters*:

  • Alpine Investors, in numerous transactions, including:
    • its sale of MidAmerica Administrative & Retirement Solutions to USRBP*;
    • its sale of YDesign Group to Design Holdings*;
    • its acquisition of RA Outdoors (d/b/a Aspira) from Vista Equity Partners*;
    • its acquisition of Innovative Systems*;
    • its sale of HealthComp to New Mountain Capital*;
    • its sale of Perennial EdTech to Frontline Education*;
    • its sale of Optima Healthcare Solutions to Net Health*;
    • its acquisition of Riverside Insights from Houghton Mifflin*;
    • its acquisition of Virtual Hold Technology*;
    • its acquisition of Software Answers*;
    • its sale of YouCaring to GoFundMe*; and
    • its acquisition of Escape Technology*
  • ASG, in numerous transactions, including:
    • its acquisition of Bitfocus*;
    • its acquisition of Alice from Expedia*;
    • its acquisition of Trucker Tools*; and
    • its acquisition of Hombebot*
  • Brillio, in numerous transactions, including:
    • its acquisition of Standav*; and
    • its acquisition of Cognizant*
  • CapitalG, in numerous minority investment transactions*
  • DeepMap, in its sale to NVidia*
  • Encora, in its sale to Advent International*
  • Francisco Partners, in:
    • its sale of Aesynt*; and
    • its sale of NexTraq*
  • GIC, in various undisclosed minority investments*
  • Hirevue, in its sale to The Carlyle Group*
  • International Decision Systems, in its sale to Thoma Bravo*
  • KKR, in numerous minority investment transactions*
  • KLA Corporation, in numerous transactions, including:
    • its acquisition of Nanomechanics;
    • its acquisition of Microsense*; and
    • its acquisition of Zeta Instruments*
  • Mainsail Partners, in numerous transactions, including:
    • its acquisition of Apptega*;
    • its acquisition of ServiceCore from Full In Partners*;
    • its sale of ResMan to Inhabit IQ*;
    • its sale of FairWarning to Imprivata*; and
    • its sale of SentryOne to SolarWinds*
  • Marlin Equity Partners, in its acquisition of Verisae*
  • Microchip Technology, in its $10 billion acquisition of Microsemi Corporation*
  • Mosaik Partners, in numerous minority investment transactions*
  • NetMotion, in its sale by The Carlyle Group to Absolute Software*
  • Nomi, in its acquisition of Artemis Health*
  • Oportun, in its $213 million acquisition of Digit*
  • Riverside Assessments, a portfolio company of Alpine Investors, in numerous transactions, including:
    • its acquisitions of ImPACT*; and
    • its acquisition of ESGI*
  • Riverwood Capital, in its acquisition of Files.com*
  • Sequoia Capital, in various minority investment transactions*
  • Talend, in its sale to Thoma Bravo*
  • Tesla, in its acquisition of Maxwell Technologies*

*Patrick advised on these matters prior to joining Willkie.