Owners, operators, lenders and equity investors in the home health and hospice sector rely on Waller for efficient and cost-effective counsel in:
- Mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures
- Commercial finance transactions
- Healthcare regulatory issues
- Employment disputes
- Real estate and commercial development
We represent publicly traded as well as privately held companies and tax-exempt organizations providing home health and hospice care and services throughout the country. They rely on our transactional experience in mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures, and we also provide assistance with regulatory compliance issues ranging from licensing and reimbursement to federal and state fraud and abuse statutes. We assist borrowers, financial institutions, lenders and purchasers in insolvencies and Chapter 11 reorganizations within the home health, hospice and senior living industries. Additionally, our restructuring attorneys closely monitor developments with distressed businesses and regularly provide leads to companies seeking acquisition opportunities.
Waller has a substantive résumé with respect to thought leadership in the home health and hospice sector. For the past several years Waller attorneys have been presenters at Home Care 100, the annual meetings of the National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC) and the AHLA's Long Term Care and Law conference.