Fenwick represented Nurx, a female-focused digital healthcare company, in its definitive agreement to merge with Thirty Madison, a specialty healthcare company for people living with chronic conditions, under the Thirty Madison brand.
The partnership will allow for greater access to care on a single, unified platform, while rapidly accelerating the use of Thirty Madison's specialist-level care model through a breadth of new condition offerings, as well as a broader reach of patients through employers and payors via innovative partnerships. More information can be obtained from the company’s announcement.
Fenwick has served as counsel to Nurx for several years, led by corporate partner Michael Esquivel. The Fenwick transaction team for Nurx’s merger included corporate partners Kris Withrow and Michael Esquivel and associates Ryan McRobert, Will Black, David Heckman and Zoe Zhang; executive compensation and employee benefits partner Shawn Lampron, counsel Jane Piehler and associates Bryan Belok and Cynthia Yuan; technology transactions partner David Hayes and associate Jefferson Lin; regulatory partner Mark Ostrau; and tax partner Julia Ushakova-Stein and associate Mike Knobler.