Trey Blalock is the Chief Development Officer and Chief Legal Officer for Health Care Navigator and its affiliates. He spearheads all transactional efforts, is responsible for developing, evaluating and executing all acquisition, disposition, construction, and investment and growth opportunities, and leads all strategic initiatives. Trey also provides HCN senior management with counsel and direction regarding significant legal events and oversees a team of lawyers, paralegals and other professionals that supports and assists HCN affiliates in matters related to licensure, litigation, corporate structuring, contract negotiation, survey response and risk management.
Prior to joining HCN, Trey was in private practice for over 25 years and was a partner with several major law firms. His practice was primarily transactional, focusing on mergers and acquisitions, securities issuances and structured finance with companies in the financial services, government contracting, health care, energy and technology industries. He worked with companies of all sizes, including early stage, pre-revenue ventures, well-established middle market enterprises, and Fortune 1000 companies, and is familiar with the issues confronting businesses at all stages of development. He advised on matters ranging from negotiation strategy, business implementation and risk assessment to capital formation, corporate governance and disclosure. His broad areas of expertise include strategic planning, restructuring, M&A, problem-solving, management, market development, business growth, and leadership. He was instrumental in developing the securitization market for numerous alternative asset classes, including subprime loans and subordinated debt instruments.
In January 2020, Trey was selected to the OnCon Icon Top 50 Corporate Counsel List by a vote of his peers. He currently serves as an Advisory Board Member to Live Oak Endeavors, LLC and Second Act Financial Services.
Trey received his bachelor of arts (economics) degree, cum laude, from the University of California, Los Angeles in 1980. He received his juris doctor degree, magna cum laude, from Tulane Law School in 1983, and served on the Board of Editors of The Tulane Law Review. He is admitted to practice in New York, California, Texas and the District of Columbia, and complies with continuing legal education requirements of the New York State Bar Association. He frequently serves as an arbitrator in customer and industry disputes under the FINRA Dispute Resolution program.