Jennifer Boyd is a corporate associate in the San Francisco office of Latham & Watkins.

Ms. Boyd advises private equity firms as well as public and private companies on a wide range of matters. Her experiences include domestic and cross-border:

  • Public and private company mergers and acquisitions
  • Strategic corporate transactions and strategic planning
  • Controlling and minority investments
  • General corporate representation of privately held companies

Ms. Boyd has represented clients across a range of industries, including software, semiconductors, healthcare and life sciences, and retail and consumer products.

Ms. Boyd’s experience includes representing:

  • Madison Dearborn Partners in its acquisition of MoneyGram, a provider of money transfer services
  • H.I.G. Capital in its acquisition of RBMedia, a leading publisher in audiobooks and spoken content
  • H.I.G. Capital in its acquisition of Mainline Information Systems, Inc., a leading IT solutions provider
  • Apollo in its strategic partnership and financing of the physician-led buyout of GI Alliance, the nation’s largest GI practice valued at US$2.2 billion
  • Apollo in its US$2 billion preferred equity investment in AT&T Mobility II LLC, a subsidiary of AT&T Inc.
  • Gemba Academy, an educational technology company, in its sale of a majority interest to Forum Media Group
  • Paradigm, a tech-enabled clinical trial platform company backed by ARCH Venture Partners and General Catalyst, in its acquisition of Deep Lens
  • KKR in the merger of Level Access and eSSENTIAL Accessibility
  • Intuit in its US$12 billion acquisition of Mailchimp, a customer engagement and marketing platform
  • Tower Semiconductor, an Israel-based provider of technology and manufacturing platforms for integrated circuits (ICs), leading foundry for analog semiconductor solutions, in its US$5.9 billion acquisition by Intel
  • TPG Growth and TTAD in connection with its US$300 million investment in Acorns, a fintech saving and investing app
  • TPG Capital in connection with its majority investment in Confluent Medical Technologies, a manufacturer of medical devices
  • TPG Capital in a variety of transactions, including its:
    • US$16.25 billion investment in DirecTV*
    • Acquisition of Entertainment Partners*
    • Sale of Gelson’s Markets to Pan Pacific International Holdings*
    • Sale of Ellucian to Blackstone and Vista Equity*
  • Altamont Capital Partners in its carve-out acquisition of Publicis Healthcare Solutions, a leading pharmaceutical contract commercial services organization, from Publicis Groupe*
  • Bain Capital in its acquisition of Dessert Holdings, a dessert company, from Gryphon Investors*

*Matter handled prior to joining Latham

Bar Qualification

  • California


  • JD, Northeastern University School of Law, 2018
  • BA in Classical Studies & Economics, Bowdoin College, 2012
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