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Weil Advises TPG Pace Solutions Corp. in its Pending $4.5B Business Combination with Vacasa LLC

Weil is advising TPG Pace Solutions Corp., a SPAC sponsored by TPG Pace Group, in its pending $4.5 billion business combination with Vacasa LLC, the leading vacation rental management platform in North America. The transaction is subject to shareholder approval and other customary closing conditions.

The Weil team advising TPG Pace Solutions Corp. is led by Private Equity Co-Head Douglas Warner and Private Equity partner Christopher Machera and includes Private Equity associates Daniel Cohen, Damian Petrovic, Nicole Chen, Pascale Nguyen (Admitted in Quebec Only) and Ali Habhab. The team also includes Mergers & Acquisitions partner Raymond Gietz; Mergers & Acquisitions counsel Christina De Vuono; Mergers & Acquisitions associate Joseph Cho; International Tax Head Devon Bodoh; Tax associates Blake Bitter and Madeline Joerg (Admitted in New York Only); Banking & Finance partners Allison Liff and Benton Lewis; Banking & Finance associate Angel Torres; Capital Markets Head Alexander Lynch; Capital Markets partners Corey Chivers and Barbra Broudy; Executive Compensation & Benefits Head Paul Wessel; Executive Compensation & Benefits associate Lauren Sawyer (Not Yet Admitted in New York); Public Company Advisory Group Head Howard Dicker; Public Company Advisory Group associate Andrew Holt; Technology & IP Transactions partner Jeffrey Osterman; Technology & IP Transactions/Privacy counsel Caroline Geiger; Technology & IP Transactions/Privacy associates Robert Brown, Catherine Kim, Phillip Grudzina, Rami Sherman and Rebecca Zhang; Real Estate partner Beatriz Azcuy; Environmental Head Annemargaret Connolly; Environmental counsel Thomas Goslin; Regulatory Transactions counsel John O’Loughlin and Timothy Welch; Antitrust partner Vadim Brusser; Complex Commercial Litigation partner Susan Shin; Complex Commercial Litigation associate Aleksandra Mitchell; Securities Litigation Co-Head John Neuwirth; Employment Litigation partner Gary Friedman; and Employment Litigation associate Quinn Christie.

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