With a focus on complex business litigation, Gingie Yetter represents clients who face high-stakes disputes. She concentrates her practice in complex business and securities litigation, including claims arising from alleged violations of federal and state securities laws, breach of contract and business torts. Whether practicing in Washington, D.C., Tennessee or beyond, she has complex commercial litigation experience applicable to mid-market to Fortune 100 companies.
Gingie’s practice focuses on:
Gingie also has a background in international white collar crime matters.
Prior to joining the firm, Gingie worked at Hunton & Williams in Washington, D.C. focusing on advising clients in antitrust and consumer protection matters.
American Bar Association
Representing CargoSprint LLC in defending against an antitrust lawsuit brought by CargoSprint’s competitor, PayCargo LLC
Represented Pinnacle Financial Partners, Inc. (NASDAQ: PNFP) in its merger with BNC Bancorp (NASDAQ: BNCN)
Serving as lead counsel for Air Methods Corporation in seven putative class actions filed in federal district courts around the country in which patients are challenging the reasonableness of the company’s charges for emergency air ambulance services
Represented a for-profit operator of healthcare facilities in arbitration against BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee to establish rates for out-of-network claims for emergency services
Representation of one of the largest nonprofit hospital systems in the country in developing an out-of-network reimbursement strategy
Currently serving as counsel for a major auto manufacturer in a complex auto parts antitrust investigation
Designed and helped implement an antitrust compliance program and related training for a leading distributor of automotive replacement parts and accessories
Represented Maxor National Pharmacy Services Corporation in its sale of equity and rollover to Beecken Petty O’Keefe & Company
Served as lead counsel to WellCare Health Plans in its acquisition of Windsor Health Group
Represented CLARCOR Inc. in its acquisition of the Air Filtration business of GE’s Power and Water division for approximately $265 million
Journal of Entertainment and Technology Law — Developmental Editor (2012)