Gary W. Herschman, Member of the Firm in the Health Care & Life Sciences practice, in the firm’s Newark office, was interviewed on The Ortho Show podcast, hosted by Dr. Scott Sigman.

Following is an excerpt:

We’re doing a pivot away from orthopedics, but addressing one of the most important topics in orthopedics, which is private equity. It’s one of the hottest areas right now for orthopedic practices to join together to scale, create a bond and take back the mission of how healthcare is delivered. It’s an incredibly complex topic to give our listeners baseline information in under 30 minutes. Gary Herschman breaks it down for us and is a M&A regulatory attorney at EBG Law. When health care companies undergo a major strategic transaction through mergers, acquisitions, consolidations, joint ventures, partnerships, buyouts, or new affiliations, Gary Herschman drives these important transactions to a successful closing. 

Topics include:

  • Why is private equity interested in orthopedics?
  • The benefits and fallacies of private equity
  • Interested in finding out more about private equity and transaction options? Check out the 4th Annual Physician Transactions Conference on March 24th in Chicago, IL.
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