Lowenstein Sandler represented an affiliate of the private equity firm ZMC, in its acquisition of InProduction Holding Corp. and its subsidiaries. InProduction is a leading provider of temporary seating, staging, structures, and scenic production for live events on an international scale, including in the US, Dominican Republic, Bahamas, Canada, and Mexico.

InProduction provides services for every stage of the event process including design and fabrication, delivery and installation, on-site execution, and tear down. Its services span across a variety of end verticals, including golf, racing/motorsports, music festivals, other sports & live entertainment, and corporate events.

ZMC is a leading private equity firm comprised of experienced investors and executives who invest in and manage a diverse group of media, entertainment, communications, and technology enterprises. Founded in 2001, ZMC's investment philosophy centers on operational value creation driven by targeted investment themes, deep sector expertise, and strong partnerships with industry and operating executives.

Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

The Lowenstein deal team included Steven E. Siesser, Traci M. Tomaselli, Lesley P. Adamo, Lowell A. Citron, Brooke A. Gillar, Darren Goodman, Eric Jesse, Mark P. Kesslen, Kimberly E. Lomot, Megan Monson, Fran Skoller, Taryn E. Cannataro, Mark S. Heinzelmann, Angela Raleigh, Stacey C. Tyler, Heather Weaver, Oluwaseyi O. Amorin, Kaitlyn M. Baietto, Geena M. Caporale, Rebecca Glikman, Jessica I. Kriegsfeld, Ryan A. Lindsey, Molefi McIntosh, Vincent R. Scala, and Nigel Pura-Bryant.