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Attorney John Fisher, II Presents at National Health Care Compliance Institute in Washington, D.C.

Posted on April 29, 2013

Ruder Ware health care and compliance attorney John Fisher, II was a featured speaker at the Health Care Compliance Association's 2013 Compliance Institute. The Institute was attended by nearly 3,000 compliance officers, attorneys, and vendors from across the country. Mr. Fisher spoke on the topic "Compliance Issues in Mergers and Acquisitions."

John holds Certification in Healthcare Compliance (CHC) with the Health Care Compliance Association and is a Certified Compliance Ethics Professional (CCEP) with the Society for Corporate Compliance and Ethics joining only a handful of other practicing attorneys in the country who hold dual compliance certifications.

Mr. Fisher's presentation covered many of the following issues:

  • The role of the compliance officer in mergers and acquisitions.

  • Compliance related due diligence requests.

  • The scope of compliance due diligence.

  • Successor liability and assumption of liabilities by purchasers.

  • Compliance impact of deal structure and agreement terms.

  • Compliance effectiveness reviews in mergers and acquisitions.

  • Common due diligence compliance risk areas.

For more information on compliance and health law issues, visit our health care law blog at www.healthlaw-blog.com.