Catherine Grow focuses her practice primarily on business entity transactional work involving mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures. She also has a large amount of experience in handling general corporate matters and contract negotiation. Catherine represents and advocates the interests of officers and in-house counsel for large, nationally recognized corporations as well as the interests of small business entrepreneurs. Most recently, her practice has involved advising companies in the healthcare industry.
After spending several years with the firm following law school, Catherine spent time as in-house legal counsel for HCA, Inc. There she completed hospital transactions both domestically and internationally. She is skilled at advising business personnel and communicating effectively with officers of large corporations. After returning to private practice at the firm in 2006, Catherine continues to represent large healthcare companies but also advises mid-sized companies and entrepreneurs with respect to transactional matters, business formation and contractual negotiation. Her current area of focus involves acquisitions and dispositions of physician practices, imaging centers, surgery centers and similar healthcare business operations across the country.
Catherine has completed numerous transactions involving businesses valued at up to $2 billion. She is skilled in focusing business personnel on due diligence considerations and business transition issues that play a role in the consideration of whether to buy or sell a business and the price to be paid (or received) in connection with the same.