Bloomberg Law “Weekend Read” Features Epstein Becker Green Insights on Health-Care Transactions in Q2 and the Long-Term Impacts of COVIDBloomberg Law Daily Labor Report August 1, 2020
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. …
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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.