Cooley Represents Omnicell In $156 Million Agreement To Acquire MTS Medication Technologies
Palo Alto, Calif – May 3, 2012 – Cooley LLP announced today that it is advising Omnicell, Inc., which on May 2 announced that it had signed an agreement to acquire MTS Medication Technologies, Inc., a worldwide provider of medication adherence packaging systems, for $156 million, subject to certain adjustments, in a cash transaction.
The Cooley team was led by partner Jennifer Fonner DiNucci and included associate Michelle Sonu Park, both members of the Mergers & Acquisitions group and based in Palo Alto, Palo Alto-based Antitrust partner Francis Fryscak, New York- based Technology Transactions partner Jennifer Coplan, San Diego-based Compensation & Benefits special counsel Michelle Lara, Palo Alto-based Emerging Companies associate Boris Kogan and Reston-based Technology Transactions associate J.D. Moss.
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