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John has extensive experience in public and private offerings of debt and equity securities, proxy contests and tender offers, corporate mergers and acquisitions, and corporate financing transactions for businesses in a variety of industries. He frequently functions as general counsel to his clients, advising on all aspects of corporate, securities and business law matters. John advises boards of directors and executive management on corporate governance matters and general fiduciary duties in the context of mergers, acquisitions and recapitalizations. His corporate finance experience includes handling SEC-registered initial public stock offerings and SEC-registered public offerings of debt securities, hybrid debt/equity securities, ADRs, and real estate partnership funds. He also represents clients in conducting private syndications of real estate investments, investments in healthcare providers, and in negotiating and documenting venture capital and private equity investments and has represented venture capital and private equity clients in making such investments.
Martindale-Hubbell AV Peer Review Rated; The Best Lawyers in America; Mid-South Super Lawyers
Nashville, Tennessee and American Bar Associations; American Health Lawyers Association; Board Member, Nashville Capital Network
JD, Duke University School of Law (1980); BA, Vanderbilt University (1977), magna cum laude