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Latham & Watkins Advises Goldman Sachs in Acquisition of Xpress Wellness

May 24, 2024
Multidisciplinary team represented the leading alternatives investor in purchase of the healthcare services provider.

Latticework Capital Management and Goldman Sachs Alternatives (Goldman Sachs) have jointly announced Goldman Sachs’ acquisition of Xpress Wellness, LLC, an affiliate of providers of urgent care and other healthcare services to rural communities. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Latham & Watkins LLP represented Goldman Sachs in the transaction with a corporate team led by Bay Area partner Saad Khanani, with associates Danny Nordstrom, Rachelle Polsky, Jennifer Boyd, and Rebecca Dixon. Advice was also provided on healthcare regulatory matters by Washington, D.C. partners Jason Caron and Joseph Hudzik and Washington, D.C. counsel Nicole Liffrig Molife, with associates Leia Gu, Megan Lich, Maria Malas, and Margaret Rote; on tax matters by Bay Area partner Grace Lee, with associates Gregory Conyers and Rasha Suleiman; on banking matters by Los Angeles partner Kenneth Askin, with associates Kevin Castillo and Kendall Ota; on compensation and benefits matters by Century City/Bay Area partner Julie Crisp, with associate Aaron Tso; on labor and employment matters by Los Angeles partner Joe Farrell; on data privacy matters by Washington, D.C. partner Marissa Boynton, with associate Zac Alpert; on intellectual property matters by Bay Area counsel Arielle Singh, with associates Amy Tosi and Karen Sung; on antitrust matters by Washington, D.C. partner Patrick English and New York partner Katherine Rocco, with associate Kevin Wu; on real estate matters by San Diego partner Stephanie Fontanes; on insurance matters by Los Angeles partner Harrison White, with associate Dylan Shamoon; on sanctions matters by associates Eric Green and Monica Calce; and on anti-corruption matters by associate Faiza Hasan.