Type: News
Date: 04/12/2024

Willett Quoted in Indiana Lawyer Article

Taft partner Ike Willett was quoted in the article “Indiana health care mergers, acquisitions now require 90 days advance notice,” which was published on April 11 in the Indiana Lawyer. The article discusses the details, concerns, and future impacts of Senate Enrolled Act 9, which states that an Indiana health care entity must notify the Indiana Attorney General’s office at least 90 days prior to the date of a merger or acquisition with another entity. In specific, Willett touched on how the Act may impact how long it takes to get a deal done and this may increase costs for either party as a result.

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Willett is an experienced transactional attorney focusing his practice on advising nonprofit and for-profit health systems, hospitals, medical groups, and other health care entities on pursuing their strategic growth initiatives. In his work with health care entities across the country, he has both led and been a key contributor to a wide array of complex transactions, including acquisitions, consolidations, joint ventures, and other forms of strategic affiliations. In addition to his transactional work, Willett advises health care companies on regulatory compliance matters, corporate governance issues, various commercial arrangements, and other day-to-day legal issues. He is dedicated to providing excellent responsiveness and service to his clients and values the opportunity to be a trusted adviser to the clients he serves.


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