Kevin Sarro represents companies, private equity funds, and financial institutions in crafting pragmatic solutions to their complex U.S., international, and state and local tax issues.
Prior to entering the legal profession, Kevin worked for The Boeing Company where he managed process improvement projects across a global supply chain.
Transactional: tax advice relating to domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions, reorganizations, restructurings, spin-offs and split-offs, as well as private equity, venture capital and hedge fund investments, financing transactions and other general corporate and partnership matters, including U.S. tax issues arising from inbound and outbound investments by funds.
Education & Credentials
- New York University School of Law
- LLM, 2016
- Harry J. Rudick Memorial Award for distinction in LLM Taxation Program
- Boston College Law School
- JD, 2015
- Cornell University
- BS, 2006
Choate represented M/C Partners in its investment in Carbon60 Networks Inc., a Canadian technology company specializing in delivering end-to-end managed hosting solutions for public and private sector organizations with business-critical workloads.
Choate represented BioAgilytix, a portfolio company of Riverside Partners and a provider of molecular bioanalysis services, in its sale to privately-held investment company Cobepa S.A.
Choate represented Riverside Partners and its portfolio company, Eliassen Group, LLC, in the sale of Eliassen to funds managed by Stone Point Capital LLC.
Choate represented Great Hill Partners, a leading growth-oriented private equity firm, in its definitive cross-border agreement to sell its controlling interest in portfolio company Ascenty, LLC, the largest provider of data center and fiber infrastructure services in Brazil, to Digital Realty (NYSE: DLR). The transaction values the company at over $1.8 billion.