HEALTHCARE REPRESENTATION & COUNSELING
LEGAL REPRESENTATION FOR THE MODERN HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY
The Healthcare industry is rapidly evolving and reinventing itself. At ADLI Law Group, our healthcare attorneys are constantly keeping track of new laws and regulations including everyday trends and developing both creative and innovative legal solutions for “today’s” healthcare industry. With extensive knowledge and experience in the healthcare field, our lawyers at ADLI Law Group are able to provide insight to our clients and help them manage and implement the changes necessary for their businesses’ success in this rapidly evolving industry.
WHO DO WE REPRESENT?
- Post-Acute Care and Senior Services
- Healthcare Information Technology
SERVICES TAILORED TO THE NEEDS OF OUR CLIENTS:
- Purchase and sale of business assets
- Leasehold interests and real property
At ADLI Law Group, our healthcare lawyers in Los Angeles provide top-quality service and competitive representation to our healthcare clients at affordable rates. Our healthcare attorneys specialize in managing the complicated processes involved in acquisition and sale of regulated facilities and single-purpose properties, including completing transitional agreements between operators, transfers of licensure with State and Federal Agencies and handling the sensitive and technical negotiations concerning lease assignments and renewals.
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