Overview

Jordan Grushkin is an associate in the Corporate Practice Group in the firm’s Century City office and is a member of the firm’s healthcare practice team.

Areas of Practice

Jordan’s practice focuses on the transactional and regulatory aspects of healthcare law, and includes representation of a wide variety of healthcare stakeholders, from providers such as hospitals and medical groups to payors and other risk bearing and managed care entities. Jordan is passionate about helping healthcare clients meet their business and legal needs and overcome the ever-changing and increasingly complex transactional and regulatory obstacles in the healthcare space, particularly as it relates to the industry trends towards population health management, value-based and risk-sharing arrangements and payor and provider alignment.

On the corporate side, Jordan counsels clients on mergers and acquisitions and other strategic transactions, including joint ventures, commercial arrangements, private equity investments and venture capital financings. His experience includes advising on corporate structuring and formation, guidance on day-to-day governance and operational matters, drafting and negotiating transactional documents and managing due diligence investigations.

From a healthcare regulatory perspective, Jordan has extensive experience navigating businesses through the regulatory approval processes and helping clients with various compliance matters on the federal, state and local level. Jordan has represented a wide range of provider and managed care clients with respect to licensure and certification matters, including obtaining new licenses and maintaining them in the context of change of ownership/control transactions. Jordan also has significant experience advising clients and strategic investors on compliance with corporate practice of medicine and fee-splitting prohibitions and laws governing value-based and risk-sharing arrangements.

Additionally, Jordan is committed to providing his energy and skills toward pro bono causes. He has recently assisted refugees navigate the humanitarian parole and asylum process and has helped minority-owned small businesses referred through the Start Small Think Big nonprofit organization with various legal matters.

Insights

Articles

Healthcare Law Blog Posts

Memberships

Memberships

Member, American Health Lawyers Association

Education

J.D., Georgetown University Law Center, 2015, Senior Editor on The Tax Lawyer

B.A., Georgetown University, 2012, magna cum laude

Admissions

  • California
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