The law firm of Norris McLaughlin, P.A., is pleased to co-host the free webinar, “Town Hall: Merger and Acquisition Trends in Health Care,” with Citi, and CohnReznick LLP. Moderated by Amine Lahlou, Senior Vice President of Citi, F. Peter Lehr, Health Care & Life Sciences Attorney at Law and a Member of the firm, will be joined by Craig Evans, Health Care Banker at Citi, and Cynthia Romano, Global Director of the Restructuring and Dispute Resolution Practice at CohnReznick, to speak on merger and acquisition (M&A) issues concerning the health care industry.
Merger and Acquisition Trends in Health Care
This webinar will cover:
- Valuation, compensation models, and restrictive covenants
- The influx of private equity into health care spaces, juxtaposed to the pulling back of banks and sponsors from health care-provided transactions
- The pros and cons of M&A
- The post-COVID climate relating to M&A, deal structures, and the buyers’/sellers’ market
We strongly encourage you to submit questions in advance of the town hall to be sure we address your specific needs. Please submit your questions by 1:00 p.m., Thursday, April 22, 2021, via email to firstname.lastname@example.org, including “TOWN HALL QUESTION” in the subject line.
When: Thursday, April 29, 2021
12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
About the Health Care & Life Sciences Practice Group
The health care and life sciences attorneys at Norris McLaughlin provide a variety of services to clients throughout the health care field, including highly specialized work in the regulatory areas governing the delivery of health care services under state and federal law. The health care and life sciences attorneys advise clients on compliance with these health care regulations in the negotiation and structuring of numerous transactions between and among providers, payors, and suppliers. In addition, we handle a broad range of health care law litigation including hearings and appeals related to professional misconduct and discipline, private and public insurance audits and refund requests, fraud and abuse, and disputes with other agencies overseeing the practice of medicine.
Our health care clients include hospitals and their affiliated corporations, medical societies, hospital medical staffs, health care service providers including physicians, psychologists, podiatrists, dentists, nurses and social workers, nursing homes and other long-term care facilities, rehabilitation facilities, home care providers, medical device and pharmaceutical companies, retail pharmacies, health data analytics companies, laboratories, imaging centers, ambulatory surgery centers and other providers of health care services, insurance companies and practice management companies.