Shayne R. Clinton
Shayne Clinton’s practice focuses on complex business litigation matters representing both public and private companies and their directors and officers in high-stakes litigation involving mergers and acquisitions, federal securities laws, and other types of business disputes. His work has ranged from the successful representation of a public company involving the breach of a $1.5 billion merger agreement, multi-district class action litigation related to an investment fund loss in the wake of the financial crisis, successfully defending acquiring company in earn-out litigation, to winning a case of first impression in the Sixth Circuit under the Securities Litigation Uniform Standards Act.
Shayne’s practice involves:
- Business and Securities Litigation – Representing public and private companies and their directors and officers in disputes involving mergers and acquisitions, securities class actions, civil enforcement actions brought by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, derivative actions, breach of contract actions, and other business-related disputes.
- Healthcare Litigation – Representing hospitals and health systems and other healthcare-related entities in shareholder and business-related disputes.
- Commercial, Banking and Real Estate – Representing companies, banks and government agencies in a variety of business and lending disputes as well as real estate conflicts involving eminent domain (condemnation), quiet title and construction-related disputes.
American Bar Association — Director and Officer Liability Committee; Business and Corporate Litigation Committee
American Health Law Association (AHLA)
Media Mentions & Firm News
The Best Lawyers in America© — Litigation: Real Estate (2018-2024)
Georgia State University Law Review — Lead Articles Associate Editor