Fenwick & West lawyers had an interesting job guiding longtime client Intuit Inc. through a $1.33 billion acquisition that involved the software maker’s first use of debt financing.

Fenwick partner David Michaels said that as tech companies grow, they begin to consider a wider set of financing alternatives in bank and capital markets. He said Intuit is the latest in a string of Silicon Valley companies adopting debt as a financing option.

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