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  • Education
    • J.D., Drake University, 2008, with high honors; Drake Law Review, Editor-in-Chief; Order of the Coif; Moot Court Board
    • B.A., University of Iowa, 2005, with high distinction and honors; Phi Beta Kappa

Andrew Wilcox brings a strong work ethic to his practice, focusing on mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance, and private equity for clients in a wide variety of industries.

Andrew regularly represents nonprofit health care systems in transactions involving the acquisition and divestiture of hospitals nationwide. He also has extensive experience advising clients on the formation of private equity and venture capital funds, and the acquisitions and divestitures of the portfolio companies held by those funds.

Andrew’s general corporate practice also includes drafting complex organizational documents and commercial contracts, as well as advising clients on entity formation and corporate governance matters.

  • Assisted with the acquisition of a five-hospital system in Houston, Texas for more than $1 billion purchase price, $500 million in assumed debt, and $1 billion in promised capital investment
  • Assisted with the consolidation of two faith-based health systems into statewide network with combined annual revenues exceeding $2 billion
  • Assisted with joint venture of a health system and medical school to construct new acute-care hospital facility
  • Assisted with affiliation between a research institute and health system
  • Assisted with affiliations of a national religious health care system with community hospitals located near Seattle, Washington
  • Assisted with a sale of hospital system located in Towson, Maryland
  • Assisted with a sale of hospital system in Pierre, South Dakota
  • Assisted with multiple acquisitions and divestitures in the food manufacturing industry
  • Assisted with the acquisition of an alternative investment management firm that specializes in investing in hedge funds and private equity funds
  • Formed numerous private investment funds, including hedge, private equity, venture capital, and real estate funds
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