Carmin D. Grandinetti has practiced in the legal field for more than 30 years with a focus in complex strategic transactions involving health care operations, including mergers, acquisitions and dispositions, real estate transactions, commercial finance, complex asset-based financing and Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac multi-family financing. He has also worked with post-acute care clients on strategic dispositions, acquisitions, financing and similar transactions.
Carmin’s extensive experience in the health care industry includes 15 years serving as principal outside counsel to Kindred Healthcare, Inc. (formerly known as Vencor, Inc.) and six years as Senior Vice President and General Counsel of Atria Senior Living, Inc. During his time there, Atria was the third largest assisted living facility in the U.S. and operated approximately 130 retirement and assisted living communities in 26 states, with approximately 13,500 units and 9,000 employees. As General Counsel, Carmin was responsible for all legal issues faced by the organization, including financing, acquiring and disposing of facilities, employment and labor issues, regulatory and licensure compliance issues, professional and general liability claims, risk management and general corporate compliance.
Prior to joining Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP, Carmin was able to bring his extensive experience into focus as the manager of the corporate and transactional practice group at a law firm that serves health care businesses nationwide. His time there included the successful negotiation and closing of several purchase and sales transactions ranging in size from $400,000 through $350 million.
While his primary focus is the health care industry, Carmin has and continues to work closely with his clients in the real estate, insurance, construction and service industries.
Carmin is a member of the Health Law and Corporate Sections of the American Bar Association and also holds membership in the American Health Care Lawyers Association.