William and Mary School of Law, J.D., 2005, Order of the Coif; Articles Editor, William and Mary Law Review, 2003-05
Clemson University, B.S., cum laude, 1999
Carl Beattie has a broad corporate and commercial law practice. He represents public and private companies, nonprofit entities, financial firms and individuals in merger, acquisition, joint venture, financing and investment transactions. He also has extensive experience drafting and negotiating a wide range of commercial contracts, including eight-figure national agreements for vendor and management services.
Carl's transactional practice includes a particular focus on the health care industry. He advises clients on regulatory issues, including the federal physician self-referral (Stark) law, and on employment, professional services and other commercial contract matters. Carl represents hospitals, physician groups, health insurers and other health care entities in acquisition, affiliation and integration transactions. He has broad experience in structuring and drafting physician and midlevel provider compensation models and quality incentive plans.
Carl also advises clients on the commercial and transactional aspects of construction and energy-generation projects. Prior to joining the firm, he was a project engineer and assistant project manager for Bovis (now known as Lend Lease), a leading global provider of general contracting and construction management services.
Honors & Awards
- North Carolina Super Lawyers, North Carolina Rising Star, health care, business/corporate, 2014-15, 2017
Represents a nonprofit health system in structuring and documenting dozens of physician practice acquisitions and other integration transactions with provider groups.
Represents a North Carolina health insurance provider in its equity investments and joint venture interest in the nation's second-largest independent urgent care company.
Managed and prepared all employment agreements and physician compensation models for a 200-provider, multispecialty group practice associated with a nonprofit health system.
Represents the world's largest integrated provider of products and services for individuals with chronic kidney failure in its acquisitions and divestitures of dialysis clinics and acquisition of physician practices throughout the United States.
Represented private shareholders in the sale of a prosthetic and orthotic device manufacturing firm to a publicly traded company.
Corporate and Commercial
Prepares and negotiates a vast range of commercial and vendor agreements for an international products and services provider, including enterprise-level and national account agreements with vendors for human resources, IT and facilities services, covering over 2,000 locations.
Represented a publicly traded cable and communications device manufacturing company in its multibillion-dollar financing for the acquisition of another large public company in the communications service industry.
Represented a publicly traded technology, aeronautics and defense contractor in its acquisitions of a private software development company and a private laser technology company.
Represented a private equity firm in its equity and debt investments in an automotive engine, transmission and generator manufacturing and distribution company.
Construction and Energy
Represents a private investment firm in its equity and tax credit transactions with owners and developers of solar energy projects.
Advises an international health care provider in connection with its energy procurement contracts and its agreements with contractors and architects for construction of clinics, laboratories and other facilities.
Prepares and negotiates construction and sales contracts for a manufacturer and installer of solar energy installation components.
News & Events
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- March 13, 2017American Health Lawyers Association
- Jan. 19, 2016Robinson Bradshaw Publication