Hogan Lovells Advises Rosetta Stone in sale to Cambium Learning Group

Hogan Lovells is representing Rosetta Stone, a world leader in technology-based learning solutions, in a definitive agreement to be acquired by Cambium Learning Group, a leading provider of digital education solutions and a portfolio company of Veritas Capital. Cambium will acquire Rosetta Stone in an all cash transaction for $30 per share, representing an equity value of approximately $792 million.

More about the transaction can be found in the company press release.

The team was led by Hogan Lovells Securities partner Lillian Tsu in New York and M&A partners Keith Flaum and Chris Moore in Silicon Valley. They were assisted by M&A senior associate Dylan Hanson, and associates Samantha Seiden and Jeremy Pushkin in the Silicon Valley and LA offices. Washington D.C. Partner Gordon Wilson and Denver senior associate Tanner Frei advised on banking matters. Silicon Valley partner Michael Frank and Washington D.C. associate Bothwell Graham advised on executive compensation. New York partner Michael DeLarco and senior associate David Mitchell advised on employment matters. Washington D.C. partner Scott Loughlin and senior associate Nathan Salminen advised on privacy matters. San Francisco partner John Brockland led on IPMT. Washington D.C. partner Jasper Howard and senior associate Caitlin Piper advised on tax. Washington D.C. partners T. Clark Weymouth and Aleksandar Dukic and associate Patrick de Lapérouse advised on international trade. Washington D.C. partner Logan Breed and associate Daniel Landesberg advised on antitrust. Washington D.C. counsel Tiffany Posil and associate David Allen advised on securities.

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