Clients rely on Beth Vessel to advise them on antitrust law related to due diligence issues, and pre- and post-transaction conduct. She regularly handles the drafting of private placement memorandums, as well as mergers, acquisitions and divestitures, primarily in the healthcare industry.
Focusing extensively on physician and provider joint ventures, Beth knows how to structure and negotiate deals. She is also the firm's "go to" person for antitrust law. She has assisted clients with numerous pre-merger notification filings under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act. Client interaction and structuring creative solutions to complex problems are what Beth values most about her work.
Clients from the following areas call upon Beth for her advice and counsel:
- Surgery centers
- Diagnostic imaging / oncology
- Behavioral health
- Institutional pharmacy
- Long term care
Beth also advises banks, bank holding companies, and other financial institutions regarding state and federal regulatory requirements. Her experience includes reviewing indentures and security documents, and advising national financial institutions engaged in secured debt offerings.
When Beth isn't practicing law, she enjoys movies, reading biographies and going to Vanderbilt baseball games. Beth is married with two young daughters.