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Mintz Serves as Legal Counsel to Inkcups in Majority Recapitalization with MPE Partners

Boston, MA Mintz served as legal counsel to Inkcups, a global leader in the specialty printing industry, with respect to the majority recapitalization of the company with private equity firm MPE Partners ("MPE" or "Morgenthaler Private Equity"). Inkcups offers direct-to-shape ("DTS") digital printers, pad and tagless printing equipment, parts, service, and consumable supplies to a diverse customer base across the branded consumer products, e-commerce retail, and promotional products market segments.

Commented Ben Adner, Inkcups' founder and CEO, “The preparation for and execution of this transaction by the Mintz team was stellar. They guided me through pre-sale planning, engaging an investment bank and then negotiating the complex deal with extreme efficiency and practiced ease.” 

“I’m extremely proud of the private equity team at Mintz and all that we were able to accomplish this year for both our fund and portfolio clients. We closed out the calendar year with the closing of this transaction, and I can’t wait to see what 2022 brings,” says Kurt Steinkrauss, Co-chair of Mintz’s Private Equity Practice.

The Mintz team that advised Inkcups in the transaction was led by Kurt Steinkrauss, Greg Fine, and Katya Daniel.

Mintz is an internationally recognized, multidisciplinary law firm with 550+ attorneys serving clients worldwide. Our Private Equity / Mergers & Acquisitions Practice includes 100+ professionals from many different legal areas who focus on executing transactions that meet our clients’ wide-ranging legal, business, and operational goals. Singled out by BTI Consulting Group as one of 32 “Deft Dealmaker” firms for 2022, Mintz develops winning transaction strategies for deals of virtually every size and type, including strategic acquisitions and divestitures, private equity platform and roll-up acquisitions and exits, spin-offs, joint ventures, asset and IP acquisitions, distressed sale transactions, complex earn-out and contingent value rights transactions, tender offers, and going private transactions and recapitalizations.

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