Faegre Drinker represented electrical and digital building infrastructures company Legrand in its acquisition of Champion ONE (C1) from A&M Capital Opportunities, a Connecticut-based middle-market private-equity fund. C1’s business segments include Champion ONE, Approved Networks and US Critical, all leading providers of optical networking components and solutions for the telecommunication, content provider, data center and enterprise markets.
Additional advisers from the firm included intellectual property partner Robert Cannuscio; customs and international trade partner Nate Bolin; environmental partner Christopher Boyle and associate Nicole Josko; benefits and executive compensation partner Mona Ghude and counsel Karen Gelula; tax partner Thomas Gray; antitrust partner Joanne Lewers; corporate partner Eirik Tellefsen and counsel Robin Sampson; real estate partner Michael Woodruff and associate Matthew Fielding; labor and employment partner Dave Woolf and associates Brooke Razor and Amanda Semaan; and litigation senior counsel Charles Leeper.
Legrand is the global specialist in electrical, digital building and data center infrastructures. Through innovative products and solutions that deliver and manage power, light and data, Legrand transforms the spaces where people live and work.
Read Legrand’s press release for more information on the deal.