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For the second time in recent weeks, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) prevailed in its challenge of a high-profile hospital merger. This time, the appeal stemmed from a June 14, 2016, order by Judge Jorge Alonso of the Northern District of Illinois denying the FTC’s motion to enjoin the merger of the thirteen-hospital Advocate Health Care Network and the four-hospital NorthShore University Health System, both located in Chicago’s northern suburbs. The decision provides additional guidance…
The Federal Trade Commission and Department of Justice Antitrust Division held their second public workshop on health care competition on February 24-25, 2015. The workshop is part of the FTC and DOJ’s commitment to periodically “step back” from the work of day-to-day antitrust enforcement to take in a broader perspective of trends in the health care industry. This workshop was intended to focus on recent developments related to health care provider organizations and payment models that may…
Note:  This article is a recap of Lesley Rosenthal’s presentation at Proskauer’s 17th Annual Trick or Treat Tax Exempt Seminar, November 29, 2012 Attorneys can reap enormous rewards by serving on nonprofit boards.  Lawyers derive tremendous personal satisfaction in governing an organization that is meaningful to them.  They can do the public good by participating in a charity that feeds the poor, heals the sick, enlightens through culture and education, or preserves the environment. Nonprofit…