Virginia Mimmack to Speak on How COVID-19 Has Impacted Health Care M&A

March 25, 2021 | Attorney News



During the 2021 Health Care Transactions Program, Jackson Walker partner Virginia Mimmack will join VMG Health director John Meindl for a presentation on the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact mergers and acquisitions in the health care industry. The discussion will also address transaction activity and multiples, the trends in who is buying, what recovery looks like, the effects of regulation on M&A, and the implications on fair market value.

Event Information

Trends in Health Care M&A: Before & After COVID-19
2:45 p.m. EDT | Wednesday, April 14, 2021
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Presented by the American Health Law Association, the Health Care Transactions Program covers the latest commercial developments, strategies, and deal forecasts, and legal issues involving contemporary health care business transactions. The virtual program takes place April 14-16, 2021. For more information, visit the AHLA website.

For questions related to healthcare M&A, contact Virginia at vmimmack@jw.com.

Virginia MimmackMeet Virginia

Virginia Alverson Mimmack serves as Chair of Jackson Walker’s Healthcare group. In her practice, Virginia focuses on providing comprehensive legal services to a broad spectrum of healthcare providers. She has particular experience representing physicians, telehealth companies, hospitals, and healthcare start-up companies. Virginia has been recognized by Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business in the area of Healthcare – Texas since 2018.

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