Debevoise & Plimpton LLP is advising Clayton, Dubilier & Rice (CD&R) in its acquisition of a 60% interest in the Hospice and Personal Care divisions of Humana’s Kindred at Home subsidiary (“KAH Hospice”), valued at $3.4 billion. These divisions include patient-centered services for Hospice, Palliative, Community, and Personal Care. For more information, please see the company’s press release.
Kindred at Home is the largest home health and hospice provider in the United States.
The Debevoise team is led by M&A partners Christopher Anthony and Kevin Rinker and includes counsel Naomi Aoyama and Kim Le, associates Kyle Buchoff, Martha Brown, Yean Do, Hannah Levine, Jillian Mulroy and Niusha Tavassoli, finance partner Scott Selinger and law clerks Lachlan Conroy and Erick Wong, benefits partner Jonathan Lewis and law clerk Gregory Kramer, tax partner Peter Furci, associates Samuel Krawiecz and Elliott Tuchman, intellectual property counsel Caroline Geiger and associates Jarett Lewis and Paisley Piasecki, litigation associate Carolina Kupferman, real estate counsel Eddy Park and law clerk Anastasiya Kryukova and environmental counsel Stuart Hammer.