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Head of Corporate
In recent years, the growth in the health and care sector, combined with the UK’s ageing population, has helped to maintain the attractiveness of healthcare businesses to operators, investors and lenders. However, with growth has also come new and more complex regulation, which has been constantly evolving in recent years. On top of this, the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and new funding arrangements announced in 2021 create a complex picture; expert advice is key.
Druces’ healthcare group is made up of experienced individuals from our Corporate & Commercial, Dispute Resolution, Property, Restructuring and Insolvency teams. Over the years, our lawyers have acted for many operators, owners, investors, banks and other lenders in the sector. In particular, our Corporate team has handled many acquisitions and disposals of healthcare businesses and interests.
Our clients include a number of banks and financial institutions, funds, corporate and commercial providers, medical charities, pharmaceuticals companies, medical suppliers and manufacturers, owners, investors and insolvency practitioners.
Health and social care is a primary sector for our firm and has become a key specialism. That has been recognised by Legal 500: ‘the team has particular expertise in [advising clients who are] buying, selling and investing in healthcare assets, a sector in which the firm has built a strong reputation’ and our ‘strong track record for handling restructuring and administration in the care sector’.
Head of Corporate
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