Letters of intent, often referred to in shorthand as “LOIs”, are a usual, but neither legally required nor universal, step in an acquisition or “M&A” transaction.
Would you buy what the other side is selling you?
The context was the sale of various healthcare facilities, deals which, by definition, involve the sale of the business…
Ride along with Mark as he discusses the importance of maintaining the home-team advantage in your negotiations.
Sit back while Mark discusses the importance of clearly defining contract terms.
A contract doesn’t have to govern only what happens during its term; it can govern what happens upon the end of the term.
Despite many attempts to pretend it’s so, healthcare is not a production line either for patients or for employed or subcontracted physicians.
Ride along with Mark as he discusses why you have to treat covenants not to compete as stand alone deals, even when they are part of a larger agreement.