Alé Dalton assists clients in the healthcare industry with a wide range of transactional, operational, and regulatory matters. Her practice focuses on providing counsel during mergers and acquisitions, as well as guiding clients through issues that arise from the complex nature of operating in a highly regulated industry. She has experience handling acquisitions, divestitures, and joint ventures involving hospitals, physician practices, ambulatory surgery centers, and other providers. Alé also advises clients in matters involving clinical research and telemedicine.
Alé graduated from the University of Tennessee College of Law (cum laude), where she served as the executive editor of the Tennessee Law Review and a senior editor of Transactions: The Tennessee Journal of Business Law. While in law school, she focused her third-year studies on the business and compliance issues facing telemedicine and other technology companies working in the healthcare space. She received the CALI Excellence for the Future Award in Law & Medicine for her work.
During her time at the University of Tennessee, Alé was actively involved with UT Pro Bono and other efforts to meet the legal service gaps in the state. Based on her service, Alé was recognized by the University of Tennessee Center for Leadership and Service with a service medallion, by the College of Law with a distinguished service recognition, and by the Tennessee Supreme Court as a Law Student for Justice. She continues her pro bono efforts by staffing community legal clinics and through Bradley’s pro bono program.
Alé received her undergraduate degree (magna cum laude) from Lipscomb University, where she served as the Student Government Association Academic Chair.