Greg Stevens has more than 25 years of experience serving in general counsel, chief compliance officer and other key executive leadership roles at both public and private equity-owned companies within the healthcare and technology industries. Blending sound business judgment and legal perspective, Greg has a strong track record of success in developing and managing legal, compliance and other administrative functions at both growth-oriented and large complex organizations. Applying this knowledge, he works closely with boards of directors and executive management teams on developing strategy to help companies achieve business objectives, manage risk and comply with regulatory requirements. He advises on issues related to the development and implementation of the in-house legal and compliance functions, corporate governance, strategic planning, mergers and acquisitions, financing transactions, regulatory compliance, executive compensation, investor relations, SEC reporting and other related matters.
Greg’s distinguished career has included executive management roles in the following leading companies: Change Healthcare (formerly Emdeon Inc.) – Executive Vice President, General Counsel & Secretary; Spheris Inc. – Chief Administrative Officer, General Counsel & Secretary and Chief Compliance Officer; Luminex Corporation – General Counsel & Secretary; and ENVOY / Quintiles / WebMD – Senior Vice President & General Counsel. Earlier in his career, Greg was a transactional corporate attorney, with an emphasis in securities law and mergers and acquisitions, at Bass, Berry & Sims.
American Health Law Association (AHLA)
American Bar Association
Nashville Bar Association
Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC)
Representation of Family Care Center, a provider of outpatient psychiatry services to the U.S. Armed Forces, veterans, and the surrounding communities, in its sale to Revelstoke Capital Partners, a Denver-based private equity firm
Vanderbilt Law Review — Associate Managing Editor