Case Studies

Epstein Becker Green Represents Perfusion, IONM, and Surgical Services Provider in Acquisition of Perfusion Services Company

Epstein Becker Green represented SpecialtyCare, a leading provider of outsourced perfusion, intraoperative neuromonitoring (IONM), and surgical services, in its acquisition of Trident Health, a highly regarded perfusion services company, for a cash purchase price in excess of $5 million. SpecialtyCare announced that, as a result of the acquisition, its perfusion division “now supports over 120,000 annual open heart and perfusion-related procedures for 850 surgeons at more than 350 hospitals, extending the company’s market leading position as the largest and most comprehensive provider of cardiovascular perfusion and perfusion-related services” in the United States.

Epstein Becker Green assisted SpecialtyCare on a range of matters relating to the transaction, including SpecialtyCare’s legal diligence review encompassing corporate organizational matters, non-customer-related contracts (including leases), employment and employee benefit matters, privacy and security related matters, and tax matters. Epstein Becker Green also assisted in negotiating the definitive agreement and other ancillary agreements relating to the transaction.

The Epstein Becker Green team consisted of Kathy Lofft, Carly Hoinacki, David Matyas, Michelle Capezza, Brandon Ge, Jeff Kramer, Cassandra Labbees, Sharon Lippett, Lenny Lipsky, Nancy Moore, Elena Quattrone, Adam Solander, Theresa Thompson, and Pat Wheeler.

Epstein Becker Green Advises Physician Group on Affiliation with Pediatric Medical Center

Epstein Becker Green (EBG) represented Children’s & Women’s Physicians of Westchester, LLP (“CWPW”), a group of 276 physicians across 57 locations serving families throughout the New York metropolitan area, the Hudson Valley, Connecticut, and New Jersey, in a transaction that made CWPW the newest member of Boston Children’s Hospital integrated network. CWPW will continue providing care to its patients and families. In addition, CWPW’s physicians will remain on the faculty of New York Medical College, continue to staff 10 area neonatal intensive care units, and maintain their current affiliations across the region.

Since April 2014, EBG attorneys have been advising CWPW on the corporate transactional, health regulatory, tax, employment law, and employee benefits aspects of the transaction.

The EBG team included Jeffrey H. Becker, Wendy G. Marcari, and Benjamin M. Zegarelli, as well as Steven A. Ruskin and Christopher M. Locke. Also providing invaluable advice were James P. Flynn, Patricia M. Wagner, Gretchen Harders, Susan Gross Sholinsky, Jeffrey M. Landes, David E. Weiss, Emily E. Bajcsi, Arthur J. Fried, Katherine R. Lofft, Carrie Valiant, and Jason E. Christ.