Danielle Golino has a national practice focused on complex health care transactions, including mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures, and divestitures of health care companies. Danielle is a national expert in ambulatory surgery center (ASC) transactions. She also specializes in physician practice management (PPM) transactions, assisting a wide variety of clients with PPM platform growth and development on a national scale across a variety of medical specialties. Danielle represents a variety of different stakeholders in the health care industry, including private equity funds, platform companies, strategic investors, publicly traded companies, physicians, and family offices in a wide variety of health care transactions, including the acquisition and sale of physician practices, dental practices, ambulatory surgery centers, immediate care centers, pharmacies, physician staffing companies, home health agencies, hospitals and medical schools. She also has experience structuring transactions to comply with state and federal health care fraud and abuse laws, state licensure issues, corporate practice of medicine prohibitions and other health care regulatory compliance matters.
While in law school, Danielle graduated at the top of her class and was awarded order of the coif. She was also a member of the University of Miami Law Review and the Moot Court Board. She also served as a judicial intern for the Honorable Shelby Highsmith of the US District Court for the Southern District of Florida. Prior to entering law school, she served as an executive in the fashion industry.
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