Tinnen Quoted on Expected Decline in Health Care Mergers

13 April 2020 Reorg News

Partner Clyde Tinnen was quoted in a Reorg article, “Healthcare Mergers Dwindle Despite Increase in Sector Activity,” about an expected decline in industry deals for both health care providers and pharmaceutical companies in light of the coronavirus pandemic.

Tinnen said enforcement changes made by regulators so far in response to the spread of the coronavirus appear aimed at collaboration and conduct rather than M&A. For industry players contemplating uncertain territories, he said, “the agencies will be there to guide them on how much information can be shared without divulging prohibited competitive information such as pricing data.”

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