We assist clients in all aspects of health care finance, serving as bond counsel and representing health care providers, banks, underwriters, issuers and indenture trustees. As part of one of the largest Public Finance practices in the nation, few firms can match our depth of knowledge and experience.
Access to capital remains necessary for health care organizations to thrive. Our experience as counsel on a wide range of projects and financing techniques—together with our knowledge of tax and securities law—enable us to advise clients on the best transaction structure and documentation for their needs.
After the transactions close, we frequently counsel clients regarding post-issuance compliance matters, including continuing disclosure requirements, arbitrage rebate calculations and review of physician and management contracts for compliance with applicable tax regulations. We also represent health care organizations subject to Internal Revenue Service audits and those in financial distress regarding compliance with financial covenants and the restructuring of their debt obligations.
Our national Health Care practice strengthens our Health Care Finance team. We understand the business of health care and the complex legal landscape that providers face in an industry undergoing reinvention and transformation. Among other rankings and honors, U.S. News/Best Lawyers named Nixon Peabody “Law Firm of the Year—Health Care Law” for 2016.
The attorneys and resources in the Health Care group support the many areas of law affecting health care providers, including licensing and certificates of need; government investigations and compliance counseling; information technology and privacy; reimbursement and managed care contracting; and hospital/physician alignment strategies. This depth of knowledge is valuable in performing due diligence on behalf of our clients and addressing any disclosure or other legal issues that may arise.
Modern Healthcare | March 06, 2018
Chicago public finance partner Tom Fahey provides commentary in this article about the financial strain on hospital systems caused by the ongoing nursing shortage.
Modern Healthcare | August 21, 2017
Chicago health care partner Valerie Breslin Montague is quoted in this article about how many not-for-profit health care providers are joining larger health care systems as a result of rising costs to operate as independent hospitals.
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