Mary Lindsey Hannahan counsels clients on corporate and securities issues including mergers and acquisitions, capital markets transactions, and securities regulations matters and filings.
Mary Lindsey graduated first in her class from the University of Alabama School of Law. She earned a B.S. in operations management from the University of Alabama, University Honors College.
American Health Law Association (AHLA)
Lead Counsel to POINT Biopharma Inc. in connection with its proposed SPAC business combination with Therapeutics Acquisition Corp. d/b/a Research Alliance Corp. I (Nasdaq: RACA), a special purpose acquisition company, sponsored by RA Capital Management. Upon closing, the combined company will be named POINT Biopharma Global Inc. and is expected to be listed on Nasdaq under the ticker symbol “PNT”.
Representation of Complete Health Partners, a Pharos Capital portfolio company and physician-centric, professionally managed, technology-enabled primary care group, in its acquisition of Family Care Physicians, LLP is a Florida-based medical group practice specializing in family and geriatric medicine.
Representation of Complete Health Partners, a Pharos Capital Group primary care platform based in Jacksonville, Florida, in its acquisitions of two Birmingham, AL primary care practices, Northside Medical Associates and Adamsville Family Medicine
Representation of Altamont Capital’s portfolio company, Sequel Youth & Family Services, in its acquisition of North Shore Pediatric Therapy, a Chicago-based pediatric therapy provider that specializes in pediatric occupational therapy, speech therapy, physical therapy, Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), and neuropsychology diagnostics and support. Sequel Youth & Family Services is a Dallas-based provider of behavioral health services
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 LFM Capital, a private equity firm focused on lower middle-market manufacturing and industrial services businesses, in its acquisition of Diamabrush, a manufacturer of advanced abrasive technology utilized in various building, maintenance and construction applications
Representation of i3 Verticals, Inc. (Nasdaq: IIIV), an integrated payment and software solutions provider, in its public offering of 3,737,500 shares of Class A Common Stock with proceeds of $87,831,250. The underwriters included BofA Securities, Stephens Inc., Morgan Stanley, BTIG, Raymond James and D. A. Davidson & Co.
Representation of the Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation (MTE), the largest electric co-op in the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) region and among the five largest in the United States, in its acquisition of Murfreesboro Electric Department for $245 million
Representation of Altamont Capital’s portfolio company, Sequel Youth & Family Services, in its acquisition of Pine Cone Therapies, a behavioral healthcare provider with treatment programs to assist those with Autism spectrum, speech-language, intellectual delay, neurological, and attention deficit disorders.
Order of the Barristers
Dean M. Leigh Harrison Award
Hugo L. Black Scholar Award
William B. Moore Jr. Award
Alabama Law Review — Senior Editor (Vol. 70), Junior Editor (Vol. 69)
American Bar Association — National Moot Court Competition Team
John A. Campbell Moot Court Board
New York City Bar — Moot Court Competition Team
Best Papers — Corporate Mergers and Acquisitions, Tax Procedures, Personal Income Tax, Payment Systems, Criminal Procedure Pre-Trial, Criminal Law, Torts, Legal Writing I and II