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

GA World Congress Center

Partnership Scores for Museum

How College Football Hall of Fame crossed goal line.


When the National Football Foundation decided to relocate the College Football Hall of Fame to Atlanta, the Georgia World Congress Center was an obvious choice for the site. The Hall of Fame presented the opportunity to bring an exciting experience to college football fans, tourists and Georgia citizens. The project required both public and private resources to establish a long-term partnership for operating the facility. With both state government and private sector transactional and contracting experience, AGG attorneys were uniquely suited to assist the State with this public-private partnership. More

Shaky Knees Festival

Sound Advice For Festival

How legal issues played out was music to promoter’s ears.


Concert promoter Tim Sweetwood staged the first Shaky Knees Music Festival in 2013, and just two years later it grew to over 80 bands performing over three days on five stages in Atlanta’s Central Park. Sweetwood’s success with the rock-oriented Shaky Knees was so strong that he started a second festival in 2015 focused on country music, Shaky Boots Festival, which takes place in Kennesaw north of Atlanta. Both events required a general counsel who could juggle multiple legal challenges simultaneously. Sweetwood turned to Arnall Golden Gregory attorney Matthew Wilson to accomplish the job. More

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