Pete Taylor represents hospitals, health systems, physician practices, and other health care providers on a broad range of transactional, commercial, and regulatory matters. He has significant experience working on health care antitrust matters and regularly advises clients on joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions, clinical integration, contracting and managed care issues, and corporate governance.
“As health care providers face the challenges of payment transformation and the constant need to innovate, it’s a privilege to help them navigate this changing landscape with insights from my government experience and private practice.” Pete often counsels clients on antitrust issues related to the formation of clinically integrated networks (CINs) and other provider affiliations and is involved throughout the network development process in strategic planning and preparing legal documents.
Prior to joining Hancock Daniel, Pete worked at the Federal Trade Commission’s Bureau of Competition for more than a decade and served as an attorney in the Health Care Division. During his time at the Federal Trade Commission, Pete contributed to all phases of health care antitrust investigations and worked extensively on litigation in federal court. He has experience drafting motions and briefs, taking and defending depositions, conducting fact and expert discovery, and negotiating responses to subpoenas and civil investigative demands.
College of William and Mary, B.A.
George Washington University School of Law, J.D.
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