White & Case Advises AutoCruitment, LLC on Its Acquisition By QHP Capital, L.P.
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Global law firm White & Case LLP has advised AutoCruitment, LLC, a leading digital patient recruitment company, on its acquisition by QHP Capital, L.P., the management company for NovaQuest Private Equity.
AutoCruitment is a transparent metrics-driven ecosystem of global, risk-based patient recruitment and engagement solutions, digitizing and revolutionizing the end-to-end patient and client experience. AutoCruitment’s multifaceted approach utilizes sophisticated algorithms, advanced automation, and more than 1,500 direct-to-patient online channels to directly find, screen and automatically refer highly qualified patients across all therapeutic areas with a greater chance of randomization success. AutoCruitment’s patient recruitment scientists work in complete collaboration with your sponsor and CRO project teams while supporting research sites to optimize the program, increasing randomization by an average of 97 percent per month. The results are higher enrollment, increased diversity, and greater patient engagement accelerating timelines and exceeding milestones at every phase of clinical research.
The White & Case team was led by M&A and Private Equity partners Shiva Sandill (Chicago) and Kristen Rohr (New York), and M&A and Private Equity associates Eric Clamage and Zachary Smith (both in Chicago). The team also included Antitrust partner Rebecca Farrington and associate Heather Greenfield (both in Washington, DC); Technology Transactions partners Arlene Arin Hahn (New York) and Linda Sim (Los Angeles), and associate Anthony Johnson (New York); Tax partner Steven Gee (New York) and associate Leslie Lin (Houston); Debt Finance partners Justin Wagstaff and Brett Pallin (both in New York); Data, Privacy & Cybersecurity partners F. Paul Pittman (Washington, DC) and Tim Hickman (London), and associate Shira Shamir (New York); Employment, Compensation & Benefits counsel Samantha Rozell (Chicago) and associate Otto Nunez-Montelongo (Washington, DC); Environment and Climate Change partner Seth Kerschner (New York) and counsel Laura Mulry (Los Angeles); and Sanctions partner Cristina Brayton-Lewis (Washington, DC) and associate Joyce Adetutu (Houston). Law clerk Andie Reyes assisted on the matter.
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