Bloomberg Law Daily Labor Report’s “Weekend Read” newsletter featured “INSIGHT: Health-Care Consolidation Strong in 2019—Expect Even Stronger 2020,” an article co-authored by Gary W. Herschman and Anjana D. Patel, Members of the Firm in the Health Care & Life Sciences practice.

Following is an excerpt:

Every week, Bloomberg Law features articles written by and for legal practitioners, offering an insider’s view into the most important issues across every practice area: Bloomberg Law Insights.

This week we explored, among other important issues:

  • Practice pointers for lawyers arguing motions;
  • Where and how attorneys hone their skills before becoming a general counsel; and
  • Ways law firms can avoid being left behind in the legal services revolution.

So sit back, relax, and have a look at what your colleagues are reading and writing. …

Health-Care Consolidation Strong in 2019—Expect Even Stronger 2020

Consolidation and a changing U.S. health-care market continue to drive health care investment activity to record levels. Epstein Becker & Green attorneys and health industry financial/investment analysts predict investment activity will continue to be relatively robust through the summer and up until the elections, despite the political unknowns.

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