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Pepper Hamilton LLP announced today that John W. Jones Jr. will speak at the International Institute for Business Information & Growth LLC (iiBIG) Opportunities in Senior Housing & Care Summit on April 4 from 12:10 to 1:10 p.m. during the Transaction Services Roundtable.
At the conference, Mr. Jones will discuss guidelines to follow during all three stages of the senior care deal: the before, during and after. He will also examine the best practices in valuations, regulatory compliance, due diligence and more.
Mr. Jones is a partner and chair of both the Health Care Transactions and Regulatory Practices at Pepper Hamilton LLP, as well as a member of the Leadership Team of the Health Sciences Department. He has been representing health care providers and suppliers on the transactional and regulatory side for almost 20 years. He has significant experience in M&A, compliance, regulatory and structural governance matters. Mr. Jones represents private equity funds and their portfolio companies, venture capital firms, hospitals and health systems, retail specialty and long-term care pharmacies, group purchasing organizations, physician practice management companies, long-term care organizations, pharmaceutical manufacturers, medical device companies, vendors and suppliers, hospitals, and health systems.
The iiBIG Opportunities in Senior Housing & Care Summit is sponsored by Pepper Hamilton LLP. The summit will include investors, lenders, payors, senior housing and care entrepreneurs, and dealmakers who will gather to assess opportunities in the dynamic and growing senior housing sector. It will take place at the PwC Auditorium on Madison Avenue, New York, NY on April 3-4.
If you are interested in attending the Summit, please register today.