TYSONS, VA—A multidisciplinary Womble Bond Dickinson team led by Northern Virginia corporate transactions attorneys Jeff Cohen and Raj Singh guided Rotunda Capital Partners in acquiring majority interest in Trinity3 Technology. The deal closed Nov. 15.

Trinity3 is a St. Paul, Minnesota-based provider of student computing solutions, warranty services, and enterprise products for the K-12 education market. Rotunda Capital Partners is a private equity firm that invests equity capital in established and profitable lower middle market companies. This is Rotunda Capital Partners’ thirteenth platform investment. 

“Rotunda is drawn to founder-owned firms, like Trinity3, that we’ve identified as industry leaders, and where we see opportunities to engage with the team, collaborate on a plan, and spur growth,” said John Fruehwirth, Managing Partner at Rotunda Capital Partners. “There are strong industry trends surrounding 1:1 student computing. It’s exciting to join Trinity3 in this vibrant space, and their distribution and warranty model are a natural fit with our specialty finance and distribution experience.”

Completing the deal required a multi-discipline team of Womble Bond Dickinson attorneys representing the Mergers & Acquisitions, Debt Finance, Tax, Intellectual Property, Labor & Employment, and Employee Benefits Practice Teams, among others. In addition to Cohen and Singh, corporate transaction attorney Laura Wiley was a key contributor in completing this acquisition.

“We are honored that Rotunda Capital Partners chose us to represent them in this complex deal,” Cohen said. “The Northern Virginia-based Womble Bond Dickinson team worked seamlessly across multiple offices and practice groups to achieve what we view as a terrific outcome for our client.”  

Click here to read more information on the deal from Rotunda Capital Partners