Epstein Becker Green hosts a private continuing legal education (CLE) event led by Epstein Becker Green attorneys Mark Lutes and John Steren. This advanced course will be broken into two sessions.

The first session will provide Florida health care attorneys with an overview of the Federal Trade Commission’s and U.S. Department of Justice’s jointly issued and significantly revised version of the merger guidelines. The guidelines describe the frameworks the federal enforcement agencies use when evaluating potential mergers and cover significantly revamped pre-merger notification requirements under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act of 1976 that federal enforcers have signaled will soon be issued. This session will give attendees an overview of how recent merger enforcement policy changes will affect health care stakeholders.

In the second session, a roundtable discussion will dive into the dynamic landscape of joint ventures in the health care industry, highlighting classic rationales and negotiation challenges. Special attention will be given to negotiating “change of control” protections.

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To request additional information about, or to register for, this complimentary event, please contact Elizabeth Scarola.

Event Detail

9:15 a.m. – 12:45 p.m. ET

Tampa, Florida

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