Paul A. Carr-Rollitt advises clients on general and nonprofit corporate transactions and health care regulatory issues. Paul represents a wide range of clients in connection with mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, affiliations, reorganizations, public offerings and private equity transactions, corporate governance, regulatory compliance, licensure and general corporate matters.
Paul represents investment banks, health systems, hospitals and health care facilities, academic medical centers, e-health and biotechnology companies, medical device companies, nonprofit entities, managed care organizations, provider networks and accountable care organizations, ambulatory surgery centers and medical groups. Drawing on his diverse and extensive transactional experience and regulatory knowledge—including knowledge of health care fraud and abuse and self-referral laws, oversight of nonprofit organizations, managed care laws, and other state and federal corporate, securities and health care regulations—Paul helps his clients navigate complex organizational, operational and transactional matters.
Paul regularly advises clients seeking to establish integrated care organizations, including advising on contractual issues and the formation, governance and operation of complex health care joint ventures among providers, health systems and health plans. His experience extends to non-traditional health care providers, such as retail health clinics and freestanding emergency departments, and to obtaining approval of applications for, and material modifications to, Knox-Keene licenses.
In addition, Paul assists several nonprofit organizations on a pro bono basis with organizational, governance, fundraising, regulatory, tax exemption and compliance issues. He is lead counsel to America SCORES LA, an affiliate of America SCORES, the nation’s largest after-school soccer, literacy and service learning program for underserved youth.
Served as lead counsel to a Fortune 500 health system in its strategic acquisition of a provider network and affiliated management company in parallel merger transactions
Served as lead counsel to national health system in multiple strategic transactions, including a real estate development deal, a hospital management services transaction, an information technology joint venture and a medical group acquisition
Represented underwriters and biotech companies in initial public offerings (IPOs) and follow-on offerings
Served as lead counsel to a major private equity fund in connection with its strategic investment in a health care transaction
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