NEW YORK – May 15, 2019 – Global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP represented Blue Wolf Capital Partners, LLC and Peloton Equity, LLC in connection with the formation and launch of ClearSky Health, a company that will develop and acquire inpatient rehabilitation facilities and related post-acute services companies. Upon its formation, ClearSky Health acquired three Texas and Louisiana-based inpatient rehabilitation facilities from Maxim Management Group, LLC.
Founded in 2005, Blue Wolf is a New York-based private equity firm that invests in and grows middle market companies. ClearSky Health is one of Blue Wolf’s many investments in the healthcare industry.
Peloton Equity is a Connecticut-based private equity firm founded in 2014 that focuses exclusively on growth capital investments in the healthcare industry.
The Greenberg Traurig team who represented Blue Wolf Capital Partners, LLC and Peloton Equity, LLC was led by Ejim P. Achi, a shareholder in the firm’s Global Corporate Practice in the New York office. Additional team members included shareholders Todd E. Bowen, Chang W. Choi, Mindy B. Leathe, Leanne M. Reagan, Tricia A. Asaro, Mark L. Mattioli, Benjamin M. Friedman, David M. Greenberg, Sean W. Bezark, Jim Mace, Paul B. Ranis, Paul J. Wellington, and Jill E. Strawbridge.
They were assisted by New York Corporate Practice associates Alexander M. Mandel, David S. Hong, Haley M. Ratner, Jiwon Hahn, Brooke E. Hazan, Somer Hayes, Hannah S. Stern, Maarten J. Tuurenhout, and Sandy Chiu.
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