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Steve Greenberg Selected by the CCSNJ to Moderate Panel for “State of” Hospitals Event

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September 14, 2012 | Press Release

Stephen M. Greenberg, Chair of the Corporate and Healthcare Practice Groups at Flaster/Greenberg, has been selected by the Chamber of Commerce Southern New Jersey (CCSNJ) to moderate a panel of the region’s leading healthcare experts at the “State of” Hospitals event. This event is one of four programs in a series that provides an in-depth look into specific industries in Southern New Jersey.

The “State of” Hospitals event will provide attendees with an update on what is being done to bolster the healthcare community throughout Southern New Jersey. Mr. Greenberg will moderate a panel of leaders in the healthcare industry from the Southern counties of New Jersey who will provide members with an in-depth look at the state of hospitals in our region, including new projects, expansions, partnerships and strategies for providing care to the residents of South Jersey.

Mr. Greenberg concentrates his practice in healthcare law, tax and corporate legal services, including all types of business transactions, mergers and acquisitions. He has particular experience in mergers and acquisitions of healthcare providers and physician practice groups; tax structuring of business transactions and corporate reorganizations; and tax planning for individuals, estates and trusts. His special understanding of the healthcare industry encompasses regulatory law and managed care issues, formation of practice entities, antitrust issues surrounding physician groups, structuring compensation arrangements and buy-ins and buy-outs, and designing qualified retirement plans for medical practices.

The program will take place on Friday, September 21 at 8:30 a.m. at the Mansion on Main Street, located at 3000 Main Street in Voorhees, New Jersey. To register for this event, contact the Chamber of Commerce Southern New Jersey at 856.424.7776, or register online.
 

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