Canadian Pharma Eyes U.S. Market

How product's legal challenges were solved.


Theratechnologies, a pharmaceutical company based in Canada, had divested an approved prescription drug product to a U.S. drug company. Subsequently, the U.S. company sold the drug back to Theratechnologies. The client has one in-house lawyer, so it sought help from expert outside counsel to comply with U.S. FDA and healthcare laws, as well as to negotiate contracts with U.S. specialty pharmacies and other third-party vendors to market the drug in the U.S. More

Genesis HealthCare

All-Stock Acquisition

How deal creates a $5.5 billion long-term care company.


Genesis HealthCare LLC, one of the nation's largest skilled nursing and rehabilitation therapy providers, plans to combine with publicly-held Skilled Healthcare Group, Inc., whose subsidiaries operate skilled nursing facilities, assisted living facilities, hospices, home health providers and a rehabilitation therapy business. The all-stock deal is expected to close in early 2015, subject to regulatory approvals and other closing conditions. The combined company will trade on the New York Stock Exchange. More

Mercy Housing

Right Path For BeltLine Project

How seniors midrise found a foothold in trendy multiuse trail location.


Mercy Housing, a leading national non-profit developer of affordable housing, owns land in one of Atlanta’s hottest development areas – along the Atlanta BeltLine. The BeltLine is the most comprehensive transportation and economic development effort ever undertaken in the city and among the most ambitious redevelopment programs underway in the United States. The BeltLine will provide a network of public parks, multiuse trails and transit along a historic 22-mile railroad corridor circling downtown and connecting many neighborhoods. The project has caused property values to soar and spurred a construction boom in market-rate multifamily housing. But few multifamily projects on the BeltLine target the needs of low-income seniors. More

Shane's Rib Shack

Winning Recipe for Franchisor

How terminating franchise agreement was upheld in court.


Shane’s Rib Shack is a growing, fast casual barbecue franchise with restaurants in a dozen states. Shane’s terminated a franchise agreement with a franchisee after the franchisee incurred several operational defaults. The franchisee sued, seeking damages and injunctive relief to stop the termination. Arnall Golden Gregory, which has advised Shane’s on its growth, was tapped to defend the company’s position and uphold the termination. More

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