Robert L. Harding Attorney At Law
301 East Pine Street Suite 1400 Orlando, Florida 32801
Consummate dealmaker providing transactional oversight and dispute resolution services for health care, insurance, and real estate clients. Known for strategic vision and value creation in large, complex deals.
Robert Harding has been helping health care clients maximize transaction value and mitigate risk for more than thirty years. With decades of experience in the health care, real estate, and insurance sectors, he leads clients through corporate mergers and acquisitions, sales, dispositions, and divestitures, as well as transaction lending and financing. Robert serves clients in all phases of the deal lifecycle, with a focus on creative, cost-effective strategies and swift deal flow. He represents hospital systems, healthcare companies, physician groups, and insurance providers in transactions involving purchases and sales, selling and leasing of medical properties, facility development, and hospital-REIT partnerships. He is well-versed in health care transaction structures, with an extensive background in taxation and regulatory matters.
An experienced and knowledgeable advisor, Robert operates at the intersection of health care and real estate law. He is highly attuned to the unusual requirements and complex regulatory issues involved in health care transactions and works closely with clients to structure and negotiate deals with these unique issues in mind. Robert appreciates the sector-specific challenges that can accompany health care dealmaking and has dedicated his career to helping clients connect the dots, preserve value, and unlock capital to meet growth goals and objectives.
Robert frequently teams with GrayRobinson colleagues in the real estate, insurance transactional and regulatory, and taxation practices to provide comprehensive transactional services for health care and other corporate clients. He is also certified as Supreme Court Circuit Court Mediator and serves as a mentor for colleagues working in the health care transactional space.