Matthew J. Sinback

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Matt Sinback’s practice focuses on complex business litigation and investigations, including matters involving healthcare and healthcare IT disputes and general business disputes.  Matt also has experience in antitrust law, securities exchange law, and human rights litigation.

Matt’s practice includes:

  • Healthcare and Healthcare IT Disputes – Representing hospitals and healthcare systems in a wide variety of matters. Matt has investigated and successfully resolved numerous disputes between healthcare providers and software vendors involving failed implementations and defective software.
  • Business Disputes – Representing companies in a wide variety of business disputes, including consumer protection act statutes, insurance disputes, contract disputes, judgment enforcement, and business torts.
  • Antitrust & Trade Practices – Counseling clients on antitrust issues arising in mergers and acquisitions and other significant business matters, including assisting clients with creating or improving antitrust compliance policies and procedures.
  • Investigations and Compliance Audits – Advising clients on complex investigations and regulatory compliance audits, including a regulatory audit of the New York Stock Exchange.

Memberships

American Bar Association — Section of Antitrust Law: Mergers & Acquisitions Committee, Compliance & Ethics Committee, Health Care and Pharmaceuticals Committee; Section of Litigation

American Health Lawyers Association (AHLA) — Antitrust Practice Group

Tennessee Bar Association