B. Riney Green


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Riney Green has more than 25 years of experience guiding companies and private equity sponsors through complex mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures, dispositions, recapitalizations, equity offerings and other strategic growth initiatives. He has extensive experience in providing transactional and corporate governance counsel to both private equity-backed and publicly traded companies and substantial nonprofit organizations in a variety of industries, including healthcare, manufacturing, commercial real estate, education and financial services.

Riney has earned a national reputation within the legal and business communities having been cited by multiple publications for his work in corporate, mergers and acquisitions, commercial and securities law. He works primarily with private equity sponsors, healthcare (including long-term care/senior living) providers, commercial real estate firms, manufacturing businesses, financial services companies and sizeable nonprofit organizations.

His practice encompasses:

  • Mergers and acquisitions and financing transactions for both private equity and strategic/corporate buyers and sellers.
  • Joint venture, disposition and healthcare regulatory transactions in the hospital and post-acute care sectors.
  • Securities regulatory compliance for growth capital and equity private placement transactions.

In addition to his corporate and securities work, Riney chaired the state bar committee that drafted and recommended significant revisions to the Tennessee Business Corporation Act enacted by the Tennessee General Assembly in 2012.


American Health Law Association (AHLA)

Tennessee Bar Association — Board of Governors, Former member; Business Law Section, Chair (2008-2009)

American Bar Association — Business Law Section

Tennessee Bar Foundation — Board of Trustees, Former Chair

Association for Corporate Growth