A unique focus on corporate and healthcare law sets Christopher M. Olson apart and drives his efficient and client-oriented approach to executing transactions. With those transactional skills and his knowledge of corporate governance and regulations, Chris helps clients across the healthcare industry navigate regulatory compliance and transactional matters.
From nonprofit and for-profit health systems and hospitals, to laboratories, pharmacies, physician practice management platforms and physician groups, Chris focuses on meeting the needs of his clients. He guides them through all manner of complex mergers and acquisitions, strategic affiliations and challenging regulatory situations to successful resolutions.
In his pro bono practice, Chris represents clients through The Alliance for Children’s Rights guardianship and adoption program. Chris also has advised multiple nonprofit organizations regarding their internal privacy policies and Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) compliance. He is also a member of McDermott’s recruiting committee.
Represented a client in connection with the successful acquisition of an acute care hospital from a nonprofit hospital system that had filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection; the client was designated the “stalking horse” purchaser and participated in the debtor’s Bankruptcy Section 363 sale process
Represented a client in connection with the divestiture of a two-campus acute care hospital in the Bankruptcy Section 363 sale process
Represented two integrated, full-service laboratory companies in connection with their sale to a national laboratory company
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