Bracewell does a thorough job and is very responsive from a timeliness standpoint.
Chambers USA, 2023
We represent clients in a range of transactions in the healthcare and life sciences sector.
- Brazos Presbyterian Homes, Inc. and BHP Holding Co. in the acquisition of Longhorn Village, an entrance fee life plan community in Austin, Texas, through a member substitution transaction resulting in BPHH becoming the sole member of Longhorn Village
- East Texas Medical Center Healthcare System on antitrust aspects of the sale of substantially all assets to Ardent Health Services
- Harris County Cultural Education Facilities Finance Corporation, as underwriter’s counsel in connection with the issuance of $459.205 million of Hospital Revenue Bonds (Memorial Hermann Health System), Series 2016A, Series 2016B-1 (CP Mode), Series 2016C, Series 2016D, Series 2016E, Series 2016B-2 (CP Mode) and Series 2016B-3 (CP Mode)
- Harris County Cultural Education Facilities Finance Corporation, as bond counsel to Texas Children’s Hospital in connection with $355.72 million of Hospital Revenue Bonds, Series 2015-1, Series 2015-2 [7 Month Window VRDB] and Series 2015-3
- Hermann Hospital in negotiations with the IRS involving the hospital’s participation in certain physician recruitment activities, resulting in a closing agreement with the IRS that contained detailed physician recruitment guidelines, serving as the forerunner to Revenue Ruling 97-21 dealing with physician recruitment
- Houston Methodist, as healthcare disclosure counsel in connection with the issuance of $530 million Houston Methodist Taxable Revenue Bonds, Series 2020A and $370 million Harris County Cultural Education Facilities Finance Corporation Tax-Exempt Revenue Bonds (Houston Methodist), Series 2020B to finance and refinance improvements to hospitals and other healthcare facilities
- Lingualcare in connection with its sale to 3M and related corporate matters
- Memorial Hermann Health System, as underwriter’s and deal manager’s counsel to JP Morgan in connection with four series of bonds, for a total of approximately $270 million