Anthony Cahill


Anthony Cahill
Anthony Cahill is counsel in Weil’s Private Equity practice and is based in New York. Mr. Cahill has diverse transactional and corporate experience working with private equity funds and their portfolio companies, including mergers and acquisitions, growth equity investments and other strategic transactions.

Mr. Cahill has been part of the teams advising:

  • Apax Partners
    • in, together with L Catterton as lead investors, a $285 million Series E funding round for ClassPass Inc.;
    • in its $177 million acquisition of a stake in Signavio GmbH via a Series C financing round and the acquisition of Series A and Series B shares from Summit Partners and founders, both of which retained an equity stake;
    • in, together with New Enterprise Associates as lead investors, a $100 million equity and debt funding round for Moda Operandi, Inc.; and
    • as lead investor in a $100 million Series H funding round for Payfone, Inc.
  • Blackstone Growth in its investment in ISN Software Corporation.
  • Brighton Park Capital as lead investor in a Series C funding round for Glassbox Ltd.
  • CPP Investments as, together with Silver Lake and Mubadala Investment Company, lead investors in the $2.25 billion first external investment round for Waymo LLC.
  • Cherwell Software LLC in its sale to Ivanti, Inc. (a portfolio company of Clearlake Capital and TA Associates).
  • CommentSold, Inc. and its founding shareholders in the sale of a majority stake to ZMC Advisors.
  • Consortium advisor to Brookfield Business Partners L.P. in, together with Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec and other institutional partners, the $13.2 billion acquisition of Johnson Controls’ Power Solutions.
  • Eli Lilly and Company in a global licensing and research collaboration with Avidity Biosciences LLC, including Lilly’s investment in Avidity as partial financing for the transaction.
  • HawkEye 360, Inc., in its $70 million Series B investment round, led by Airbus and existing investors Razor’s Edge Ventures, Allied Minds and Shield Capital Partners.
  • Lee Equity Partners in its acquisition of a majority stake in Simplicity Group Holdings.
  • Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan Board, in a joint venture with Aethon Energy, in the $735 million acquisition of natural gas and oil producing properties, undeveloped acreage and associated gas gathering and treating systems in the Haynesville/Cotton Valley area of Louisiana (the northwest Louisiana natural gas assets) from QEP Resources, Inc.
  • Providence Equity Partners, through its portfolio company Tempo Music Investments, LLC, in its acquisition of the assets of Influence Media Music SPV, LLC; in its acquisition of certain assets of Barometer Music Royalty Fund I Inc.; and in its joint venture with Warner Music Group Corp.
  • Providence Strategic Growth Partners
    • in its acquisition of a majority stake in Traliant, LLC;
    • in its acquisition of Chatmeter, Inc.;
    • in its investment in Payrix Holdings, LLC, together with Blue Star Innovation Partners, the investment capital fund of Jerry Jones and the Jones Family;
    • in its minority investments in Vertical Knowledge LLC, Impact Holdings, Inc. and DivvyCloud Corporation; and
    • its sale of YourCause Holdings, LLC.
  • PSP Investments
    • as a participant in a $300 million Series B funding round for Valo Health, LLC;
    • as lead investor in a Series A investment in Integral Health, Inc.; and
    • as co-investor in Bright Health, Inc.
  • SoftBank Vision Fund
    • as lead investor in a $1 billion investment round in the Advanced Technologies Group of Uber Technologies Inc.;
    • as a selling equity holder in the approximately $4 billion sale of the Advanced Technologies Group of Uber Technologies Inc.;
    • in its $500 million investment in the autonomous vehicles division of Didi; and
    • in its $300 million investment in Gympass.
  • Susquehanna Growth Equity and Accel Partners in their sale of XebiaLabs, Inc.
  • TCV, as lead investor, in a $110 million Series F financing round for Strava, Inc.

Prior to joining Weil, Mr. Cahill was a corporate associate at a Boston-based law firm and, prior to that, as counsel at Telerik Inc., where he advised on all legal aspects of the company’s business, including up and through its sale to a strategic buyer.

Mr. Cahill received his J.D. from Northeastern University School of Law and his B.S. from Cornell University. Mr. Cahill has been named a “Rising Star” in Mergers & Acquisition by Massachusetts Super Lawyers.

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