Molly Terrell represents companies and financial institutions in a broad range of commercial financing and leasing, real estate and general commercial law transactions. With a significant focus on healthcare industry on both the lender and borrower side, Molly advises clients throughout the full spectrum of a loan transaction – structuring the deal, negotiating transaction documents and ensuring a successful closing. From highly-complex corporate structures to addressing the unique issues facing regulated borrowers in the healthcare industry, Molly is skilled at keeping the various parts of a deal moving forward.
Georgia Bar Association
National Association of Industrial Office Properties (NAIOP)
Women of Commercial Real Estate, Nashville
American Health Law Association (AHLA)
Representation of LFM Capital portfolio company, PSI Control Solutions, a leading manufacturer and assembler of custom electrical control panels and emergency power products, in its acquisition of Salient Power Solutions, LLC (“Salient”), a leading manufacturer of switchboards, switchgear, and power solutions. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
Representation of Renaissance Electronics, a provider of active radio frequency and millimeter wave frequency components, sub-systems, and higher-order assemblies and a portfolio company of Gen Cap America in its sale-to AEM, a designer and manufacturer of mission-critical electronic circuit protection components which is backed by Industrial Growth Partners. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed
Representation of Empower Community Care, a leading global behavioral health organization responsible for distributing evidence-based programs and technologies, in its acquisition of The Carey Group, Inc. & Carey Group Publishing, LLC (collectively, “Carey Group”), a provider of consulting services and educational content to criminal and juvenile justice and other human and social services agencies. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
Representation of Empower Community Care, a leading global behavioral health organization responsible for distributing evidence-based programs and technologies, in its acquisition of F.F.T. LLC, who provides training and support services for the Functional Family Therapy model, an evidence-based intervention that has received international recognition for its outcomes in helping troubled youth and their families. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
Representation of Gen Cap America, Inc., a private equity firm focused on lower middle market buyouts, on its acquisition of Lab Products, LLC and Hartford Systems, LLC (together, “Lab Products”) from Avidity Science, LLC. Lab Products is a leading manufacturer providing an extensive line of laboratory research animal housing and care equipment. This transaction marks Gen Cap America’s fourteenth acquisition from its seventh fund.
Representation of Gen Cap America, Inc. in the acquisition of Eastern Business Forms, Inc., a designer and manufacturer of diagnostic sample collection devices for governments and private companies around the globe
Representation of Gen Cap America, Inc. in its acquisition of TFM Services, a facilities maintenance company specializing in janitorial services and floor maintenance
Representation of Family Legacy, LLC and Harpeth Hills Memory Gardens, Inc. in their sale to Park Lawn Corporation (TSX: PLC), a company that provides goods and services associated with the disposition and memorialization of human remains
Representation of LFM Capital in its sale of EDSCO Fasteners, a leading supplier of foundation anchoring systems for critical infrastructure installations, to MiddleGround Capital
Representation of Gen Cap America, a Nashville-based private equity firm that provides equity for management buyouts, division spinoffs, and recapitalizations of profitable, well-established middle-market businesses, in its acquisition of Griffin Gear, a South Carolina-based provider of gearing products for industrial applications
Farrah Law Society — Student Member
Public Interest Institute Literacy Program
Alabama Law Review — Special Works Editor