Cristina Delgado focuses her practice on transactional work, with a focus on mergers, acquisitions, recapitalization, and joint ventures involving private equity sponsors and private companies.
Cristina is also a volunteer attorney for the Clemency Project, in which she represents an incarcerated client, and is appointed as an attorney ad litem by Lawyers for Children America to represent foster youth.
Cristina earned her Juris Doctor degree, cum laude, from the University of Florida, where she is also admitted to the Order of the Coif.
Represented a prominent radiology practice with six locations throughout the Washington, DC metro area, in its reorganization and sale to a private equity portfolio company
Represented Capricorn Healthcare & Special Opportunities in its acquisition of Altruista Health, Inc., a health care technology company specializing in the design, development, implementation and sale of population care management solutions and related software tools and data analytics
Represented Comvest Partners in its acquisition of D&S Residential Holdings, Inc., a leading provider of residential services and support for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Texas, Tennessee and Kentucky
Represented H.I.G. Capital, LLC, in its sale of a manufacturer and distributor of a nationwide trailer manufacturer
Represented Community Intervention Services, Inc. (CIS), a portfolio company of H.I.G. Growth Partners, with CIS’s acquisition of Northstar Psychological Services, Inc., a leading provider of community-based behavioral health services to individuals and families across Georgia
Represented Securus Technologies, Inc. (Securus), a portfolio company of ABRY Partners, with Securus’ acquisition of a provider of electronic records systems utilized to expand Securus’ jail management systems
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