Hank Creasy counsels business leaders in a variety of industries and entrepreneurial endeavors, including day-to-day operations and transactions. His practice includes advising in the areas of general corporate and business law, healthcare law, health insurance law, real estate law, commercial lending, trademarks, and information technology contracting.
Hank advises healthcare providers and provider-sponsored health plans in the areas of general corporate matters and governance, HIPAA privacy and security, regulatory compliance, physician-hospital integration, software, software as a service (SaaS) and business process as a service (BPaaS) contracting, telemedicine, vendor and consulting contracts, joint ventures, and the acquisition and disposition of healthcare-related businesses, brands, and other assets.
Owners, developers, landlords, tenants, borrowers, and lenders engage Hank to advise them in connection with real estate purchases, sales, financings, development, construction, leasing, and land use for a wide variety of projects, such as health care facilities, commercial shopping centers, educational and corporate campuses, residential development, historic redevelopment, and recreational facilities.
Hank holds a Distinguished® Peer Review from Martindale-Hubbell®. He is listed as a top-rated business and corporate attorney by Super Lawyers.
Hank and his wife, Susan, are Lynchburg natives who enjoy boating with their family on Smith Mountain Lake. Hank serves on the board of directors of HumanKind, a Lynchburg-area human services organization.
American Health Lawyers Association
Board of Directors, former Chair
Lynchburg Bar Association
Virginia Bar Association
Health Law Section Council, Member
The New Generation of Electronic Health Records: What Health Apps Know About You, Co-author, Virginia Lawyer, June 2015
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