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Unique considerations in healthcare M&A part 3 – closing/post-closing

USA - April 1 2015 Because the healthcare industry is heavily regulated and complex, most healthcare deals involve a sign-then-close structure; that is, they have a…


Unique considerations in healthcare M&A part 2 – negotiation/drafting

USA - March 3 2015 As with any transaction, a healthcare deal typically starts with a Letter of Intent (“LOI”) or Term Sheet to outline the base agreements on the…


Unique considerations in healthcare M&A part 1 – due diligence

USA - January 29 2015 Due diligence is often perceived as a mundane part of the mergers & acquisitions (M&A) process, but its importance in healthcare transactions is…

Co-authors: Leah Pollema.


SEC proposes new pay-ratio disclosure rules

USA - September 25 2013 On Sept. 18, 2013, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) issued proposed rules to implement the pay-ratio disclosure requirements under the…

Co-authors: Mary Anne O'Connell.


In order to tweet information, companies must alert investors

USA - April 3 2013 On April 2, 2013, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) clarified that companies may use social media outlets (i.e., Facebook or Twitter) to…

Co-authors: Jeffrey T. Haughey.

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