Washington Harbour Partners’ Investment in CollabraLink Technologies

Holland & Knight advised Washington Harbour Partners on the deal while Morrison & Foerster represented CollabraLink Technologies.

Washington Harbour Partners (WHP) announced its majority investment in CollabraLink Technologies, Inc., a leading digital transformation services firm. The deal was announced on Jan. 4.

WHP is a leading Washington, D.C.-area investment firm focused on technology, government services and business services. CollabraLink has a wide array of customers and competencies throughout the federal sector. Specializing in end-to-end digital transformation, CollabraLink’s capabilities include Human Centered Design, Agile and DevSecOps, Intelligent Automation, AI and associated mission support with a deep focus on low code automation platforms.

Holland & Knight Partners Adam August (Picture) and Jose Morales, Senior Counsel Daniel Levisohn and Associates Ariel Stevenson, David Valk and David Wallach led the representation of WHP in the deal.

The MoFo team was led by Damien Specht, a partner in the firm’s Government Contracts & Public Procurement, and associates Locke Bell, Alissandra Young and Roke Iko.

Involved fees earner: Adam August – Holland & Knight; Daniel Levisohn – Holland & Knight; Jose Morales – Holland & Knight; Ariel Stevenson – Holland & Knight; David Valk – Holland & Knight; David Wallach – Holland & Knight; Locke Bell – Morrison & Foerster; Damien Specht – Morrison & Foerster; Alissandra Young McCann – Morrison & Foerster;

Law Firms: Holland & Knight; Morrison & Foerster;

Clients: CollabraLink Technologies; Washington Harbour Partners;

Martina Bellini

Author: Martina Bellini