Adam Rogers represents private equity funds, strategic investors, entrepreneurs and other operators as they pursue and execute mergers and acquisitions and other complex corporate transactions driving innovation within the health care industry. He is particularly experienced in transactions in the health care services and health information technology sectors, helping clients find the right partners and deal structures to succeed in this rapidly changing and competitive space.
Adam is also a Florida Board Certified Specialist in Health Law and regularly advises clients across the United States on regulatory issues that can affect their operations and deals. Adam’s deep experience in both health care transactions and health care regulatory law allows him to take a strategic approach to compliance and proactively mitigate risk when evaluating targets and documenting joint venture, professional services and management service organization arrangements.
Adam practiced as a licensed physical therapist prior to practicing law. While at Duke University School of Law, he served as the senior editor for the Journal of Law and Contemporary Problems.
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