Successor Liability in Hospital M&A: Assessing and Mitigating Risk Exposure
Managing the Impact on Transaction Structure, Allocating Risk, and Addressing Medicare Issues
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide guidance to healthcare counsel involved in hospital mergers and acquisitions to deal with successor liability and the issues impacted by it. The panel will offer best practices for mitigating the risks of successor liability in healthcare M&A.
- Successor liability in hospital M&A
Issues implicated by potential successor liability concerns
- Risk allocation
- Medicare and other government programs
- Best practices for mitigating the risks of successor liability
The panel will address these and other key questions:
- What difference does being a nonprofit facility vs. a for-profit facility make in determining successor liability?
- What aspects of the transaction are impacted by the determination of how much seller liability the buyer will absorb?
- What tools can counsel use to mitigate successor liability risks in healthcare transactions?
Following the speaker presentations, you'll have an opportunity to get answers to your specific questions during the interactive Q&A.
Paul F. Lawrence
McDermott Will & Emery
Mr. Lawrence concentrates his practice on mergers, acquisitions, affiliations, dispositions and complex business... | Read More
Mr. Lawrence concentrates his practice on mergers, acquisitions, affiliations, dispositions and complex business transactions involving companies in the healthcare services industry. He has developed a particular expertise in representing hospitals, health systems, pharmacy companies, dialysis companies, and private equity firms in the acquisition and divestiture of healthcare services related businesses and business lines. He has been lead counsel on high profile, multi-facility acute care hospital acquisitions and divestiture transactions, as well as smaller healthcare services company transactions.Close
Robert C. Threlkeld
Morris Manning & Martin
Mr. Threlkeld has substantial experience in Medicare and Medicaid fraud and abuse matters, managed care disputes,... | Read More
Mr. Threlkeld has substantial experience in Medicare and Medicaid fraud and abuse matters, managed care disputes, false claims and whistleblower cases, certificate of need matters, licensure and medical staff disputes. He represents hospital systems, physician practice groups and other healthcare providers in a range of regulatory matters, and regulatory and business disputes.Close