Ropes & Gray advised Advarra, a Genstar portfolio company, in its acquisition of IntegReview, an ethical review board/institutional review board based in Austin, Texas. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. The acquisition was announced on Nov. 9. The press release is here.
Advarra is the premier provider of institutional review board, institutional biosafety committee, quality and compliance consulting services, and research technology solutions. Established in 1999, IntegReview provides ethical review for all phases of industry-sponsored and federally funded research in the U.S.
The Ropes & Gray team that represented Advarra included private capital transactions partner Chau Le (San Francisco), tax partner Leo Arnaboldi III (New York), employment, executive compensation & benefits partner Megan Bisk (Boston) and counsel Ellen Sueda (San Francisco), health care partner Eve Brunts (Boston), and strategic transactions partner Megan Baca (Silicon Valley).
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