For more than 25 years, Curtis Capeling has focused on assisting clients in the strategic protection and commercialization of their intellectual property assets and rights. He advises start-up and emerging private companies, as well as public companies in a wide variety of industries, including technology, healthcare, consumer products, media and professional services. His practice includes:
Prior to joining Bass, Berry & Sims, Curtis was a shareholder at Harwell Howard Hyne Gabbert & Manner, P.C.
International Technology Law Association
American Intellectual Property Law Association
American Bar Association
Nashville Bar Association
American Health Law Association (AHLA)
Representation of Heritage Global Inc. (Nasdaq: HGBL), an asset services company specializing in financial and industrial assets, in its public offering of 5,462,500 shares of common stock with proceeds of $9,559,375. The underwriters included Lake Street Capital Markets, LLC and Colliers Securities, LLC.
Representation of My Retirement Account Services, LLC, a platform for the custody of cryptocurrencies in IRAs and other retirement accounts, in its merger with Kingdom Services Holdings, LLC
Representation of Element Solutions, Inc. (NYSE: ESI), specialty chemicals production corporation, in its acquisition of DMP Corporation, a designer and manufacturer of industrial wastewater treatment systems and chemicals
Representation of TailTrax, LLC, a veterinarian and pet health platform, in its sale to PetPartners, Inc., a pet insurance provider
Served as regulatory and deal counsel to BioPlus, a leading national specialty pharmacy, and ProHealth Pharmacy Solutions, a significant provider of infusion pharmacy management services in their sale to CarepathRx a platform company formed by Nautic Partners
Represented HealthCare BlueBook in its sale to Primus Capital
Represented Trilliant Health in its acquisition of a healthcare analytics and insights company
Represented Premise Health in its acquisition of eHealthScreenings
Nashville Post “101 Top Lawyer” (2011)