Baltimore MD (PRWEB) May 20, 2014
Offit Kurman’s Michael N. Mercurio recently served as specialty M&A legal counsel to the shareholders of Krueger-Gilbert Health Physics, Inc. (KGHP) in their recapitalization by Seneca Creek Partners, an Atlanta-based private equity firm.
“We were pleased to serve as the trusted legal advisor to the KGHP shareholders,” said Mercurio. “Helping sellers like the KGHP shareholders successfully make liquid their business investment is something that my firm takes very seriously and something I personally take much pride in assisting.”
A respected leader in the diagnostic medical physics industry within the Mid-Atlantic region, KGHP is comprised of expert medical physicists who make it their mission to provide high-level support, optimal imaging quality and radiation safety services for their clients to ensure patient safety. The recapitalization by Seneca Creek Partners is a growth opportunity in an industry that is constantly expanding. It will allow KGHP to continue to provide their clients with a high level of service and give them the opportunity to grow in current and new regions.
SC& H Capital served as the exclusive financial advisor for KGHP.
About Michael N. Mercurio
Mr. Mercurio is a Principal and Chair of the Firm's Business Law and Transaction Practice Group. He serves as outside general counsel to clients on matters related to corporate and business law, commercial transactions, government contracting and real estate. As a strategic partner to firm clients, Mr. Mercurio regularly counsels entrepreneurial individuals and assorted entities on all aspects of business and commerce including formation and structure; ownership, management and control; financing and capital; expansion and acquisition; sale and transfer; and contraction and dissolution. He is well versed in the various issues and challenges companies of all sizes and industries face in the business life cycle including start-up, maturation and end stage considerations. A core specialty practice for Mr. Mercurio is mergers and acquisitions, both from the sell side perspective and buy side perspective.