Austin Brown assists clients with commercial finance, public finance and real estate transactions. His practice primarily involves:
Austin also collaborates with the firm’s Corporate & Securities Practice Group on corporate transactions, such as mergers and acquisitions, for public and private companies which involve financing and real estate issues.
Austin earned his law degree from Vanderbilt Law School and a B.A. in economics and history from Vanderbilt University.
Convention Center Authority — Board Member (2020-2024)
American Health Law Association (AHLA)
Representation of a privately held real estate development and management firm in an over $300 million sale-leaseback and portfolio financing transaction for a Fortune 500 telecommunications company.
We represented KLH Capital in its investment in Jackson Infrastructure – a leading regional utility and infrastructure services provider to telecommunication, power, gas milling and other markets – to facilitate the recapitalization of B. Jackson Constructing and Engineering and certain affiliates. To complete the transaction KLH partnered with J2 Partners and Bart Jackson, founder and CEO of B. Jackson Constructing and Engineering. J2 is a lower middle market private equity firm with a manufacturing, distribution and service companies focus.
Representation of Complete Health Partners, a Pharos Capital Group primary care platform based in Jacksonville, Florida, in its acquisitions of two Birmingham, AL primary care practices, Northside Medical Associates and Adamsville Family Medicine
We represented New Mountain Capital in the project-level financing of a real estate portfolio, financed by a $25 million CMBS loan, consisting of four properties located in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Wisconsin and New York, each of which are triple net leased to a master tenant.
We represented Brookdale Senior Living Inc. in a refinancing of a real estate portfolio, financed by $220 million in loans across four subpools with Freddie Mac. The portfolio consisted of 27 senior living facilities located in 13 different states.
Representation of LogistiCare in its $80 million acquisition of National MedTrans, a single source Non-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT) benefit management company focused on delivering services to managed care organizations and governmental entities throughout the United States, as well as the extension of its revolving credit facilities from $200 million to $225 million
Representation of LucidHealth, a portfolio company of Excellere Partners, in its acquisition of Madison Radiologists
Representation of American Physician Partners (APP), a leader in emergency medicine, hospitalist and intensivist management services, in its acquisition of TruePartners Emergency Physicians, an emergency medicine group based in Wellington, Florida