Dayton, Ohio-based Standard Register Company’s, a leading U.S. information solutions provider listed on the NYSE, acquired Markham, Ontario-based, software company, InSystems Technologies Inc., for US$89 million. The deal closed on July 2, 2002. InSystems will operate as a wholly owned subsidiary of Standard Register, but will retain its brand identity.
Standard Register was represented in-house by Kathryn Lamme, vice-president, general counsel and secretary; and by Charles Hertlein, Jr. (technology/securities), Thomas Buckley and Suzanne McNabb (M&A) of Dinsmore & Shohl LLP in Cincinnati, and by Douglas Scott and Andrew Nunes (corporate), William Bies (tax) and Jennifer Komlos (employment) of Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP in Canada.
McCarthy Tétrault LLP acted for InSystems, with a team consisting of George Takach, David Tennant and David Ma (technology, M&A), Gabrielle Richards (tax), Kenneth Ng (technology) and Mary Beth Currie (employment).
VenGrowth Capital Partners Inc. was represented in-house by Jay Heller, director, corporate and legal affairs, and Phil Kurtz, legal counsel.
General Electric Capital Corporation was represented by in-house counsel Barbara Gould, and by Pollyanna Lord, Ted Kelterborn and Sean Farrell of McMillan Binch LLP.
Century Capital Partners II, LP was represented by James Robertson and Matthew Dallett of Palmer & Dodge LLP in Boston.