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Bradford Adatto and Jay Reyero Presented on Structuring Mergers and Acquisitions

On Tuesday, July 23rd, Brad Adatto and Jay Reyero spoke to a group of accountants at a continuing professional education event about structuring sales and acquisitions of businesses.  Brad and Jay provided an overview of the mergers and acquisitions process and the key legal considerations at each phase of the process.  Their presentation delved into […]

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Health Care Revenue Due Diligence for Mergers and Acquisitions: What You Should Know

ByrdAdatto is grateful to have this article contribution from guest authors, Michael Malloy, Managing Partner of JTaylor, and Herd Midkiff, Partner and Director of Consulting Services also of JTaylor. Michael and Herd bring a unique perspective on health care consulting as well as due diligence in mergers and acquisitions for their clients.   American Health […]

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123s of Mistakes in Dental Transitions

  Whether you are in the earlier stages of your dental career looking to buy a practice or in the late stages of your career looking to sell, a dental transition could be one of the largest transactions in your life. And of course, any transaction of such magnitude must be taken seriously and approached […]

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Challenges of Private Equity-Backed Health Care

Over the last several years, private equity activity progressively made its entrance into the market of dental support and management service organizations. Now, the trend has made its way into the practice of dermatology, and the field is divided over the rise of private equity—not only in dermatology—but in other areas of medicine as well, […]

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123’s of Due Diligence in Mergers and Acquisitions

Mergers and acquisitions usually involve a good deal of due diligence before a purchaser fully commits to the acquisition of the target company. Due Diligence is the period in which the purchaser will access the target company’s books and records to verify whether what the purchaser has been told or otherwise believes is true, complete, […]

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123’s of Negotiation

Most prefer to avoid confrontation and that preference has its virtues. At the same time, however, that general mindset can result in a tendency to cave during negotiations. It does not mean that one should be provocative and confrontational during negotiations as such a stance may have adverse results. However, holding your position, even when […]

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