Gary Herschman, Anjana Patel, and Glenn Prives, Members of the Firm, contribute to a special educational track, "Deep Dive on Private Equity Deals for Orthopaedic Groups," at the Orthopaedic Summit 2023, which runs from September 19 to 23.

Gary will present “Introduction of Program: Latest Trends on Orthopaedic Group Transactions and Outlook for Q4 of 2023 & 2024.” He will also participate as a panelist on “The Top Reasons Why So Many Orthopaedic Groups Are Pursuing Private Equity Transactions” and “How to Extricate Yourself from a Hospital PSA or Employment Agreement to Be Able to Benefit from a Lucrative Private Equity Transaction.” Finally, Gary will moderate the keynote panel “Life After Closing of a PE Deal, from the Perspective of Six Mid-Career Orthopaedic Surgeons Who Partnered with Six Different Private Equity Platforms.”

Anjana will moderate “How to Maximize Your Practice’s Value by ‘Getting Your House in Order.’”

Glenn will moderate “The Anatomy of a Private Equity Transaction—What to Expect at Each Stage of the Process and Key Strategies for Achieving Optimal Terms.”

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Boston Marriott Copley Place Boston, MA
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