Buyers and sellers of health care businesses depend on Wendy Marcari for her skill in negotiating, documenting, and closing transactions. Whether the sellers are financially strong, distressed, or insolvent, Wendy successfully navigates clients through their legal and business challenges.
Health systems, physician practices, nursing homes, and home health care providers value Wendy’s nearly 30 years of experience, her results-oriented solutions, and her pragmatism. She helps business owners maximize the value of their businesses in sale transactions, monetize their investments, and enter into joint ventures to increase opportunities. Wendy also assists clients with strategic acquisitions in targeted markets, structuring transactions to help buyers limit risks and unwanted liabilities, negotiating favorable deal terms, and ensuring continuity of the acquired businesses.
Clients rely on Wendy’s practical and actionable advice on doing business with distressed or insolvent companies. Protection of creditors’ rights is a particular area of Wendy’s focus, and clients appreciate her guidance on structuring business arrangements in a manner to limit their exposure while achieving business objectives. When clients seek to buy assets from a distressed seller, whether inside or outside of bankruptcy, Wendy guides them through a competitive sale and auction process. She also represents secured and unsecured creditors, debtors, lenders, vendors doing business with debtors, landlords, defendants in adversary proceedings, and others. Wendy has appeared in creditors’ rights, bankruptcy, and business restructuring matters, including particularly complex Chapter 11 reorganization proceedings, throughout the country.
The Managing Member of Epstein Becker Green’s New York Office, Wendy also serves on the firm’s Legal Recruitment & Professional Development Committee – NYC, and on the Executive Committee of the firm’s Women’s Initiative.
Prior to joining Epstein Becker Green, Wendy was a partner in a prominent, New York-based bankruptcy boutique firm, and then a partner in the bankruptcy and business reorganization group of a national law firm. Wendy also served as Chair of the Board of Directors of a New York nonprofit guardianship agency.
In her spare time, Wendy enjoys baking and scuba diving.