DLA Piper represents CustomInk in Revolution Growth’s $40m investment
DLA Piper has represented northern Virginia-based CustomInk, an online T-shirt company, in a $40m (£25m) investment by private equity fund Revolution Growth.
This latest investment will support CustomInk’s continued growth and expansion. As part of the transaction, Ted Leonsis, co-founder of Revolution Growth, will join CustomInk’s board of directors.
The DLA Piper team representing CustomInk was led by corporate partner Eric Grossman and included counsel Matt VanderGoot and associate Jeff Showalter (corporate matters) in northern Virginia and partners Stacy Paz and Dave Plewa (tax matters) in Silicon Valley.
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