JWS advises Seisma Group on acquisition of Data Addiction

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Leading independent law firm, Johnson Winter Slattery, has advised Seisma Group, a portfolio company of Liverpool Partners, on its acquisition of Microsoft Data and AI business, Data Addiction.

Seisma Group is a professional IT services company operating in Australia and New Zealand. The company is one of Liverpool Partners’ portfolio businesses committed to staying at the forefront of technological advancements.

The JWS team was led by corporate partner Andrew Turner with assistance from corporate associate Nathan Ricardo and employment partner Ruveni Kelleher and Senior Associate Norah Chafardet.

Andrew commented, “We were pleased to advise Liverpool Partners on the integration of the Data Addition business and management team into the Seisma Group. We look forward to seeing how this complementary partnership develops in the coming years.”

JWS has advised Liverpool Partners on a number of recent acquisitions in the tech services and healthcare sectors, including its acquisition of Simplyai and Liverpool Partners’ portfolio company, Genea, on its acquisition of Fertility SA.

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