Pepper Hamilton LLP is experienced in the long-term care organization industry.
We help long-term care organizations, including assisted living facilities, skilled nursing facilities and continuum care communities conduct business and complex real estate transactions, including, own, operate, lease & manage, negotiate with vendors, and navigate government regulation (with an emphasis on fraud and abuse laws and relationships with third party ancillary providers, including pharmacies, rehab, home health and hospices) so that they can grow and prosper. Whether you are seeking capital, restructuring your business, acquiring or disposing or spinning off businesses, or resolving regulatory matters, chances are a Pepper lawyer has already handled a matter like yours.
Our work for long-term care organizations is enhanced by our strong practice representing health care providers and suppliers and investors, and our nationally recognized practice representing pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers, and a wide range of biotechnology and other life sciences companies.
We are special counsel to one of the nation’s largest assisted and retirement living groups. Pepper has counseled Atria Senior Living in a number of jurisdiction-specific transactional and regulatory matters, including sale transaction and the intersection of fraud and abuse, licensure, certificates of need, resident care, professional relations, and health care and pharmaceutical services issues. We also have advised assisted living and skilled nursing facilities on numerous bond financing matters, other financing matters, and various transactional matters.
The firm is experienced in representing the owners of assisted living facilities and similar entities in real estate and land use matters. Our attorneys have assisted owners of assisted living facilities in real estate matters for many years. For example, we helped obtain land use approvals for two separate 100-bed assisted living facilities. We have experience in obtaining land use approvals for assisted living facilities, nursing homes, independent living facilities and skilled nursing facilities.