Recognized since 2007
Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Health Care Law
Litigation - Antitrust
Denise Gunter has more than two decades of experience representing clients in a variety of antitrust matters. She represents clients in civil and criminal antitrust litigation and government investigations and advises clients on pricing, distribution, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, and Hart-Scott-Rodino premerger notification filings. Though Denise's antitrust experience covers a variety of industries, she has a particular focus on healthcare antitrust matters and regularly advises healthcare providers on antitrust issues affecting their operations. Denise is the author of a chapter of the American Bar Association's Messenger Model Handbook, focused on the so-called "messenger model" utilized by healthcare provider networks to avoid antitrust prohibitions.
In addition to her antitrust experience, Denise has broad-based litigation experience including certificate of need litigation, business disputes, and medical staff litigation.
Denise also serves as the managing partner of Nelson Mullins' Winston-Salem office.
- The Knollwood, Suite 530
380 Knollwood Street
Winston-Salem, NC 27103
- The George Washington University, J.D., graduated 1989
- North Carolina, North Carolina
- North Carolina Bar Association - Antitrust and Trade Regulation Section (Chair, 2002-03)
- American Bar Association - Antitrust Section, Health Law Section, Litigation Section
- American Health Lawyers Association -
- North Carolina State Bar -
- Antitrust Law, Triad (2023)
- Health Care Law, Triad (2022)
- Antitrust Law, Triad (2021)
- Health Care Law, Greensboro (2017)
- Health Care Law, Greensboro (2010)
- Antitrust Law
- Health Care Law
- Litigation - Antitrust
- Certificate of Need
- Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business – Healthcare (2015, 2016)
Business North Carolina magazine Legal Elite, antitrust
- The Best Lawyers in America® -- Antitrust Law, Health Care Law, and Litigation - Antitrust (2007-2018)
- Triad Business Journal, Women in Business for legal work and civic contributions (2004)
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