Healthcare M&A

What are the fed and state regulatory concerns for Health Care M&A According to the U.S Department of Health Services, the five most important Federal regulations applicable to physicians are the False Claims Act (FCA), the Anti-Kickback Statute (AKS), The physicians...

Federal And State Regulatory Concerns For HealthCare M&A

According to the U.S Department of Health Services, the five most critical Federal regulations applicable to physicians are the False Claims Act (FCA), the Anti-Kickback Statute (AKS), The physicians Self-Referral Law (Stark Law), the Exclusion Authorities and the Civil Monetary...

How To Conduct A Tech IPO/ICO

The SEC defines an Initial Public Offering (IPO) as when a company first sells its shares to the public. Technology (Tech) companies distribute IPOs to raise the funding necessary for growth. Tech companies have raised approximately $4.3 billion in funding via IPOs by the third...

Cybercrime Considerations When Insuring A Tech M&A

The growth of the tech industry is driven by the expansion of the mobile platform. However, the rise of the mobile platform places the tech industry at a distant disadvantage in the fight against cybercrime. In 2017, cybercrime was a leading risk to businesses worldwide.   Cybercrime...

Post-Transaction Employee Integration Considerations In Healthcare M&A

In Healthcare M&A many changes occur after the transaction as a consequence to the integration of the facilities. Changes are necessary to facilitate the integration of the companies and create long-term synergy. One of the most necessary changes come with licensing and compliance....

Employment Considerations In Healthcare M&A

The Workers Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (WARN), provides that employers must give advance notice to its employees prior to any closing or mass layoffs. An employer who violates this act is liable to each employee affected by the violation. Penalties for violating the...

Valuation of Healthcare Companies In A M&A Transaction

The Healthcare space is heavily involved in M&A transactions. Valuation of these types of transactions is mainly focused on EBITDA (earnings before interests, taxes, depreciation, and amortization) multiples. EBITDA multiples are derived from dividing the Enterprise Value by...