A quartet of private equity firms have turned to a handful of Global 100 firms for outside counsel on a series of transactions totaling nearly $3.9 billion around the Thanksgiving holiday.

Only a few months after Chicago-based Thoma Bravo bought a mobile banking unit of Intuit Financial Services, Kirkland & Ellis is helping the private equity firm unload the portfolio company to rival NCR in another $1.65 billion deal announced Monday. Latham & Watkins is advising a portfolio company of Odyssey Investment Partners on its $615 million sale to Australia’s Ansell Limited on Nov. 26, while Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom has stepped up for European private equity firm Permira on its announced acquisition of Canadian natural health products firm Atrium Innovations for roughly $1 billion, including debt, on Nov. 29.

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