Ryan Hoffman represents public and private companies in the healthcare, food and beverage, government services, media and retail industries. His practice involves:
For NYSE- and NASDAQ-listed clients, Ryan assists with mergers and acquisitions, securities law compliance and capital markets transactions. He has participated in many notable deals including the representation of an NYSE-listed government services contractor in its $1.3 billion stock-for-stock merger with a private equity backed government services contractor and the representation of an NYSE-listed healthcare company in its $8.7 billion sale to a national health insurance company. In addition, he advises public companies on a range of issues including corporate governance and shareholder activism.
Ryan also has significant experience counseling privately held companies as well as private equity and venture capital firms on strategic corporate and business matters including mergers, acquisitions, divestitures and other complex business transactions.
American Health Lawyers Association (AHLA)
Represented Genesco in its sale of Lids its hat-focused division
Engility Holdings Merges with SAIC for $2.5 Billion
Represented Pharos Capital Group in its acquisition of an outpatient autism services provider
Represented Hibbett Sports (Nasdaq: HIBB) in Acquisition of City Gear
Represented Family Treatment Network in its acquisition of Behavioral Care Specialists
Represented CenseoHealth in its sale to New Mountain Capital
Represented Standard Function Foods in its sale to a private bakery
Represented Petra Capital Partners and MMC Health Services in the acquisition of Alternative Behavior Strategies
Represented J. Alexander’s Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: JAX) in its definitive agreement to acquire 99 Restaurants
Engaged in 2010 to serve as independent disclosure counsel to the Audit Committee of the Board of Directors of Bank of America pursuant to a settlement order entered into by Bank of America and the SEC
The Tennessee Journal of Business Law — Articles Editor