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Next stop, world domination. Carlyle Group announced last week it was purchasing Manor Care, a nursing home operator, for $6.3 billion. The buy is one of the latest in a recent string of multibillion-dollar deals involving the District private-equity behemoth — and yet more work for Latham & Watkins, which helped broker the deal. The Latham team was led by D.C. corporate partner Dan Lennon, who was backed by corporate partner James Hanna, tax partner Joe Sullivan, finance partner Jennifer Van Driesen, and compensation partner David Della Rocca. Partner James Barrett gave counsel on environmental issues. The Manor Care buy came during a flourish of activity for Carlyle Group and Latham. Carlyle Group acquired Allison Transmission two weeks ago from General Motors for $5.575 billion. And Carlyle Group also had time to buy ARINC last week. ARINC is an international transportation communication company, with much of its work tied to government contracts and airlines. The cost of the deal was not announced. Manor Care, which began as a single nursing home in Wheaton, Md., 48 years ago, has grown into one of the largest long-term care providers in the country, with nearly 60,000 employees in more than 500 facilities. Completion of the transaction is contingent on approval by Manor Care’s shareholders, which it says should happen in the coming months.
Nathan Carlile can be contacted at [email protected].

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