Bloomberg Law “Weekend Read” newsletter featured an article by Gary W. Herschman, Anjana D. Patel, and Zachary Taylor, attorneys in the Health Care & Life Sciences practice, titled “INSIGHT: Health-Care Deals Up in Q2, but Long-Term Covid Impacts Unclear.”

Following is an excerpt:

Communities across the country are trying to balance between relapse and recovery, school districts and universities are deciding whether to hold in-class semesters, and some restaurants are going back to all take-out options. The good news is our Insights are 100 percent virtual—always have been, always will be. So sit back and enjoy from the comfort of your own home. …

For Your Consideration …

Health-Care Deals Up in Q2, but Long-term Covid Impacts Unclear

Despite the pandemic’s effect on the economy, health-care transactions trended up in June, according to Epstein Becker Green attorneys and health industry financial/investment analysts at KPMG and FocalPoint Partners. They expect the remainder of 2020 will see health-care provider entities reconsider their strategic priorities and a continuing dynamic mergers and acquisitions environment.

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