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    We represent strategic and financial buyers and sellers in M&A transactions in the highly-regulated and continuously evolving health care environment. We understand how the health care industry's complex regulatory structure affects corporate and securities transactions. Our lawyers include deal lawyers who represent health care companies in all phases of merger, acquisition, divestiture and other business combination and change of control transactions. In addition, our lawyers are often selected as special regulatory counsel to assist purchasers with health care-specific due diligence and to represent the interests of purchasers and sellers in state and federal government hearings and proceedings required by the change of ownership of regulated companies. Also, our considerable experience in representing both health care providers and health insurers has created unique opportunities for our lawyers to develop and negotiate industry-leading payor-provider joint ventures and to assist in our clients’ pursue population health and integration strategies necessary to reform the delivery and payment for health care.

    Our representative transactions include transactions involving health care providers and facilities, managed care companies, accident and health insurers, third party administrators (TPAs), pharmacy benefit management companies (PBMs), health technology companies, health care intermediaries, integrated health care organizations and other health care industry participants. We also represent private equity firms and other financial investors in their transactions to add or divest such companies from their portfolios.

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