Stewart Day counsels clients on corporate and securities issues including mergers and acquisitions, capital markets transactions, and securities regulations matters and filings.
Prior to joining Bass, Berry & Sims, Stewart was an associate in the Washington, D.C. office of Wiley Rein LLP. Stewart earned his law degree from the Duke University School of Law and a B.A. in political science as well as German literature from Duke University. Stewart also has a White Belt Certification in Legal Lean Six Sigma and Project Management.
American Health Law Association (AHLA)
We represented Gibson, the iconic American instrument brand, in its acquisition of Mesa/Boogie, one of the most prestigious brands in sound and guitar amplification. Centered on decades of professional experience and a true passion for sound, this historical transaction perfectly aligned with Gibson’s efforts to renew the iconic brand’s legacy and commitment to musicians around the world. The partnership was a natural collaboration of iconic American brands on a mutual quest of sound, quality and craftsmanship and to push the boundaries of how guitar sound is delivered and experienced. In addition, Mesa/Boogie founder Randy Smith will join Gibson as Master Designer and Mesa/Boogie amps will be available in Gibson’s Custom Shop for Amplifiers.
Representation of AccuReg Software, a healthcare technology solutions company, in its acquisition of Zenig, LLC, a digital patient technology company. This transformative transaction builds upon AccuReg’s strategy to seamlessly integrate digital patient engagement with the revenue cycle to and continues to build upon its marketing leading patient access suite.
We represented West Virginia Mutual Insurance Company (WVMIC), the only member-owned medical liability insurance company in West Virginia, in its sale to MagMutual Insurance Company, one of the leading providers of medical professional liability insurance in the country. WVMIC will become MagMutual’s Mid-Eastern Region, adding support to policyholders and expanding their geographic footprint in West Virginia, Ohio and Kentucky.
Representation of MSouth Equity Partners, a private equity firm with a focus on lower middle market management buyouts, in its acquisition of iBenefit Communication, a benefit communication, engagement, and enrollment services company
Representation of Gen Cap America, Inc. in the acquisition of Eastern Business Forms, Inc., a designer and manufacturer of diagnostic sample collection devices for governments and private companies around the globe
Representation of Gen Cap America, Inc. in its acquisition of TFM Services, a facilities maintenance company specializing in janitorial services and floor maintenance
Representation of Gen Cap America, Inc. in the sale of its portfolio company, Aero Systems Engineering, a provider of design and build test and wind tunnel facility solutions as well as lab testing services for jet engines and airframes
Representation of BRC Recovery in its recapitalization with private investment firms, Veronis Suhler Stevenson (VSS) and NewSpring Health Capital
Representation of Trilliant Health Analytics, a healthcare analytics company, in its recapitalization by Primus Capital. Primus joins existing investors who also participated in the recapitalization, including Providence Ventures, Martin Ventures, Noro-Moseley Partners, and Nashville Capital Network
Representation of Gen Cap America, a Nashville-based private equity firm that provides equity for management buyouts, division spinoffs, and recapitalizations of profitable, well-established middle-market businesses, in its acquisition of Griffin Gear, a South Carolina-based provider of gearing products for industrial applications
Duke Law Journal — Senior Research Editor