Healthcare transactional work, especially in the post-Affordable Care Act era, is complex and constantly evolving, requiring work across many disciplines and offices. Ranee Adipat works closely with teams of both in-house and external counsel to complete transactions for her clients — universities, medical centers, and hospital systems.
While she focuses primarily on mergers and acquisitions in the healthcare industry, Ranee has experience working on a variety of corporate matters including asset purchases, member substitutions, spin offs, corporate governance, and public and private debt and equity offerings.
Previously, Ranee worked at an international law firm in New York City where she concentrated on capital markets. Before law school, and again as a legal extern following graduation, Ranee worked in the Children's Rights division of Human Rights Watch, also in New York City. She holds a Masters of Public Administration in Health Policy and Management from NYU's Wagner School of Public Service and also studied medical anthropology at Rice University.