Stephanie Winer Schreiber is a corporate and health care attorney who provides businesses, non-profit organizations and healthcare entities with sound, efficient and practical advice. She actively engages with her clients to identify and implement solutions to complex legal and business issues.
Stephanie focuses her practice on substantial merger and acquisition transactions, joint ventures, general corporate matters, corporate reorganizations, governance issues and compliance and regulatory matters.
Within the healthcare arena, in addition to her extensive experience in mergers and acquisitions, Stephanie actively assists clients in structuring complex joint venture transactions, negotiating provider and professional services agreements, organizing health information exchanges, handling medical staff disputes, tackling privacy concerns, including those under HIPAA and HITECH and satisfying healthcare licensing obligations.
Within the corporate and non-profit arenas, Stephanie assists clients with corporate reorganizations, venture fund transactions, drafting commercial contracts, negotiating and drafting operating agreements, shareholders agreements and other corporate governance documents, as well as other corporate matters.
Stephanie was selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America 2018 for Healthcare Law.
Stephanie is an adjunct professor at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, where she teaches courses in Business Planning and Healthcare Business Transactions. She is also a frequent lecturer for, among other organizations, the Pennsylvania Bar Institute and Healthcare Education Associates, speaking on such topics as Healthcare Mergers and Acquisitions, Shareholder Agreements, LLC Agreements, HIPAA matters, HITECH, Fiduciary Duty, Damages in Commercial Contracts and Negotiating Quality Provisions in Provider Agreements.
Stephanie also serves as co-chair of the firm’s Pro-Bono Committee. Stephanie focuses her pro-bono activities on the provision of services to small start-up non-profit organizations.
Prior to attending law school, Stephanie served her community as a social worker, working with abused and neglected children, victims of sexual assault and juvenile offenders.
University of Pittsburgh School of Law, J.D., 1998, magna cum laude; Order of the Coif; Managing Editor of the Law Review
Kent State University, B.A., 1980, Social Work
Adjunct Professor, University of Pittsburgh School of Law
Allegheny County Bar Association
Board member, Life'sWork
Board member, The Center for Victims