Michael Peregrine was quoted in a June 15 ModernHealthcare.com story about a Denver arbitrator’s recent ruling that a Catholic health system could buy out its secular sponsor in a disputed merger and acquisition transaction. Mr. Peregrine stated that many not-for-profit sponsors would feel that they have rights to assets upon dissolution of an M&A transaction, and that such disputes are likely to become more common due to the recession. “The economy is going to breed more disputes between merger partners,” Mr. Peregrine noted.