White & Case Advises HighPost Capital on its Acquisition of Centr and Inspire Fitness
1 min read
Global law firm White & Case LLP has advised HighPost Capital, a leading private investment firm focused on the global consumer and consumer technology sectors, on its acquisitions of Centr, a personalized digital health and fitness platform curated by Chris Hemsworth and his team of internationally renowned experts, and Inspire Fitness, a leader in state-of-the-art fitness equipment.
Centr provides expert-driven fitness, nutrition, and mindfulness programming to help more than 200,000 global subscribers strive to meet their training goals.
Inspire designs, manufactures and distributes premium-quality fitness equipment globally, with noted leadership in the strength training category.
The White & Case team was led by partners Gary Silverman in Chicago and Sherri Snelson New York. The team also included associates Justin Terada and Nathaniel Rowe in Tokyo and Annabelle Healey in New York, partner Nirangjan Nagarajah and associates Angie Ertel and Max Hall in Melbourne (all M&A); counsel Ketan Pastakia and associate Nashel Jung in New York (both Technology Transactions); associates Shana White in New York, Seamus Herrick in Melbourne, and Juliesa Edwards in Houston (all Debt Finance); partner David Dreier and associate Caitlin Dunham in New York and partner Aldrin De Zilva in Melbourne (all Tax); partner Laura McDaniels in Silicon Valley, associates Peter Shelburne in New York and Otto Nunez-Montelongo in Washington, DC (all Employment Compensation & Benefits); partners F. Paul Pittman and associate Kyle Levenberg in Washington, DC, and partner Tim Hickman and associate Thomas Harper in London (all Data, Privacy and Cybersecurity); and partner Steven Lutt and associate Christian Berger in New York (Real Estate).
White & Case has a longstanding advisory relationship with HighPost Capital's Co-Founder, Chairman and CEO, David Moross.
For more information please speak to your local media contact.