Healthcare M&A Part 2 - Deal Process and Key Transaction Legal Issues
In part 1 of this M&A webinar (available here), we discussed going to market considerations, key due diligence areas, negotiation of the letter of intent, and the roles of the investment banker, attorney and other advisors. In part 2, presented by McDonald Hopkins' National Healthcare Practice Group, attorneys Richard Cooper and Christal Contini will discuss the next steps in the deal process once a buyer has been selected and the letter of intent has been executed.
Richard is the Co-Chair of McDonald Hopkins' National Healthcare Practice Group and is Co-Chair of its Healthcare Restructuring Practice Group. He focuses his national practice in healthcare law, representing clients in transactional, restructuring, corporate, compliance, regulatory, licensure, reimbursement, contractual, strategic planning, and venture matters.
Christal is the Co-Chair of McDonald Hopkins' Mergers and Acquisitions Practice Group. Her practice is focused on representing physician practice groups, medical laboratories, behavioral health facilities, and both strategic buyers and sellers in various types of transactions, including complex mergers, acquisitions, dispositions, leveraged buyouts, distressed acquisitions and dispositions, financings, and investments.
- Deal process
- Overview of transaction stages, chronology, timeframe and documents
- Key transaction legal issues