Kevin L. Miller primarily represents private equity sponsors and their portfolio companies with respect to the corporate, securities, tax and regulatory aspects of complex transactions, including leveraged buyouts, in the health services and life sciences industries. Kevin also represents publicly traded health care companies, academic medical centers and nonprofit health systems with respect to mergers and acquisitions, debt and equity investments, strategic affiliations and joint ventures.
As a transactional lawyer with extensive health regulatory experience, Kevin routinely counsels clients in evaluating health care industry trends and investment opportunities. He has the unique knowledge and experience critical to the efficient and successful structuring and negotiation of transactions involving health care companies. Kevin’s industry focus also means that clients receive seamless legal counsel regarding the complex strategic and operational issues facing health care providers and investors throughout the investment life cycle.
Having advised clients on transactions, affiliations and investments in businesses and operations throughout Europe, Asia, Africa, South American and North America, Kevin also has the knowledge and experience necessary to advise clients with respect to cross-border transactions, foreign hospital project investments and multinational clinical operations.
Representative private equity sponsor clients include Equity Group Investments, Goldman, Sachs & Co., JLL Partners, Linden Capital Partners, Madison Dearborn Partners, Shore Capital Partners and Waud Capital Partners, among others
Other representative clients include Baxter International, Inc., DaVita, Inc., Mayo Clinic, Northwestern – Cadence Health System, MDVIP, Inc., MEDNAX, Inc., Resolute Anesthesia and Pain Solutions, and Spartanburg Regional Health System, among others
Representative health care subsector experience includes physician practice management, dental practice management, acute care facilities, behavioral health and substance abuse, anesthesia and pain management, urgent care, physical, occupational and speech therapy, hospice and home health, laboratory services, dermatology, specialty pharmacy, compounding pharmacy, health information technology (IT), concierge medicine, telemedicine and medical devices among other subsectors
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