Courtney Ginn works with the firm’s healthcare clients and provides counsel related to various transactional, regulatory, operational and managed care matters. She works with a range of clients, including hospitals, health systems, home health providers, urgent care centers and others.
Prior to joining Bass, Berry & Sims, Courtney served as a clerk for the Honorable Thomas Ludington in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan. Courtney earned her law degree from Emory University School of Law. She received a B.A. in art history from Duke University.
American Health Lawyers Association (AHLA)
Represented CRH Healthcare in its acquisition of SmartCare Urgent Care
Served as lead healthcare regulatory counsel to Ardent Health Services in its acquisition of East Texas Medical Center Regional Healthcare System (ETMC)
Obtained summary judgment on behalf of a group of 21 Tennessee physicians in federal litigation in Nashville challenging a regulation from Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
Represented Quest Diagnostics in its acquisition of Mobile Medical Examination Service
We represented United Derm Partners, a portfolio company of Frazier Healthcare Partners, in its acquisition of two skincare and dermatology practices.
Represented Addus in its acquisition of personal care services provider
Served as healthcare regulatory counsel in the company’s merger with LHP Hospital Group
Provided legal counsel to Envision Healthcare (NYSE: EVHC) in its acquisition of California radiology services company
Represented AmSurg Corp. (NASDAQ: AMSG) in its merger with Envision Healthcare Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: EVHC)
Represented Modern HC Holdings, Inc. in its sale to The Kroger Company
Tennessee Supreme Court – Attorney for Justice (2018)
Emory International Law Review – Executive Notes & Comments Editor
Georgia’s Outstanding Female Law Student Scholarship
Georgia Tax Conference Scholarship
Georgia Real Property Scholarship
Dean’s Award – Corporate Taxation; Professional Responsibility; Contracts; Legislation & Regulation; International Criminal Law; International Human Rights
Tennessee Supreme Court Access to Justice Initiative – Attorney for Justice (2017)