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Transactions Affinity Group

 
The Transactions Affinity Group highlights the structural, corporate, securities, regulatory, tax, and accounting issues implicated in merger and acquisition transactions, all with an emphasis on features that are unique to deals in the health care industry. Despite the difficult economic climate caused by the collapse of the credit markets, health care transactions continue to close. In fact, many in the industry believe that the lack of credit may accelerate deal activity, as poorly capitalized, unprofitable institutions are forced to seek partners or buyers. The Transactions Affinity Group focuses on developments in deals prevalent in the health care industry, from hospital acquisitions and dispositions, to consolidations in the pharmaceutical industry, to joint ventures and other arrangements among the service providers, biotechnology/pharmaceutical companies, and payers. The Affinity Group covers case law developments highlighting decisions that will shape the way transactions are structured and consummated, follows developments in financing and capitalizing for-profit and nonprofit providers, and highlights select bankruptcy law matters that impact health care transactions.

Leadership

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Robert Guenthner Co-Chair National Surgical Hospitals Inc Chicago, IL (312) 627-8247 Email
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Kim H. Roeder Co-Chair King & Spalding LLP Atlanta, GA (404) 572-4675 Email

Enrollment

 
You must be a member of the Business Law and Governance Practice Group or a government, academician, student, or PG 15 member (all-Practice Groups access) to enroll in this Affinity Group. Once you enroll in the Affinity Group, you will remain a member as long as you are a member of the sponsoring Practice Group or maintain membership in one of the aforementioned membership categories. To enroll now, please email Practice Groups staff indicating that you would like to join.
If you are not a member of the Practice Group and would like to join, please contact the Member Satisfaction Center at (202) 833-1100, prompt #2, or submit the Practice Group enrollment form.
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