Stephanie Chandler, Jed Morrison Speak at San Antonio Healthcare Symposium


Jackson Walker, BankSNB, BDO, and Aventine Hill Partners, Inc. co-hosted the symposium, which covered a variety of current healthcare topics and enabled participants to receive four CPE credits in the fields of Finance and Specialized Knowledge and Applications.

Jed spoke on “Negotiating Your Managed Care Contract: The Top 10 Mistakes to Avoid.” Stephanie participated in a discussion on “The Urge to Merge: A Panel Discussion of Mergers & Acquisitions in Healthcare,” along with panelists Clay Jett, Market President with Bank SNB, and Patrick Pilch, National Healthcare Advisory Leader with BDO.

Stephanie’s practice emphasizes securities transactions, reporting and compliance; mergers and acquisitions; technology licensing and commercialization, and general corporate work. She assists clients with the formation of organizations, public and private offering of securities, governance issues and shareholder proxy contests, as well as Securities Act and Exchange Act compliance matters. Her clients include startup companies commercializing innovations in information technology and biotechnology, private investors and private equity and venture capital firms, and large privately held and publicly traded companies. Industries she serves include oil and gas, software, cloud & cybersecurity, healthcare and life sciences, energy trading, transportation and logistics, and construction.

Jed has practiced healthcare law for over 30 years. Prior to moving to San Antonio, he was Republican Counsel to the U.S. House of Representatives Budget Committee, and was later counsel to the Healthcare Financing Administration (now CMS) in the Department of Health and Human Services in Washington, D.C. Jed focuses in the regulatory and transactional aspects of healthcare law. He has extensive background in Medicare and Medicaid regulatory and reimbursement issues, fraud and abuse, including Stark, False Claims Act, and anti-kickback laws, state law issues such as corporate practice of medicine and licensing matters, as well as antitrust and managed care issues. In that capacity, in 2000-2001 Jed served as Special Outside Counsel to the Texas Attorney General for managed care matters.


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