Southern Health Lawyers (SLF) Mergers and Acquisitions Team handles all size transactions, from large corporations to small businesses, of varying levels of complexity for a diverse group of organizations. Clients across multiple industries have sought our attorneys’ proven insight in this practice area. Our experienced team concentrates on the regulatory awareness and corporate, tax and securities expertise that is necessary to propel clients towards optimal outcomes. SLF lawyers across numerous specialties collaborate with other pertinent client advisors to ensure successful transactions and meet specified client objectives.
Our attorneys specialize in the transformative transactions typical of the changing healthcare climate. We possess the knowledge and expertise of unique healthcare nuances that shape transactions and are critical in order to successfully traverse the shifting industry landscape. As ownership structures change and innovations are born, the Southern Health Lawyers lends invaluable counsel in these transactions. Our attorneys assist with all substantive phases of healthcare transactions, including business, regulatory, reimbursement and risk allocation considerations. Other transactional relationships, such as: restructurings, spin-offs, sales, auctions, divestitures, buyouts, joint ventures, confidentiality agreements, strategic alliances, letters of intent/interest, stock purchases/sales, roll-ups, and syndications are all within the scope of SLF’s expertise. From analysis and planning to negotiating and closing, our practice involves all transactional stages.
Southern Health Lawyers health industry lawyers are often enlisted to guide purchasers and sellers through a specialized due diligence examination and thorough risk and reward analysis for a potential transaction. Sellers regularly use our assessment to recognize and resolve issues before engaging in the sale and purchasers to identify specific obstacles to closing and post-closing action items. We aid in tax structuring and antitrust analysis, licensing and permit qualifications and transferability, compliance with Anti-kickback safe harbors and Stark exceptions, and change of ownership/information requirements.