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  • real challenges.
    Technology company damaged by investor's serial breach of fiduciary duty
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    Polsinelli successfully argues investor exercising effective control and obtains $20 million damage decision

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    Polsinelli Closes $65M Sale for EBH TopCo LLC Behavioral Health Treatment Facility in Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Transaction

    On Mar. 1, 2019, Am Law 100 firm Polsinelli closed a $65 million sale on behalf of EBH TopCo LLC/Elements Behavioral Health, Inc. treatment facilities to Project Build Behavioral Health, and its primary equity owner, Blue Mountain Capital Management, in a highly complex behavioral health transaction within the context of a Chapter 11 bankruptcy.

    Over the last 15 months of negotiations, Polsinelli’s team of advisors managed the company’s corporate affairs, responsibilities as debtors in possession in Chapter 11, approval of the sale transaction and liquidating Chapter 11 plan by the Bankruptcy Court, and administrative services and employee leasing agreement to govern the company from sale approval until regulatory approval was obtained in numerous jurisdictions across the country.


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    Opportunity Zones: Digest
    This digest features regulatory updates, events and thought leadership on evolving OZ regulations.

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    District Court Rules in Favor of Gene Bicknell in Years-Long Kansas Tax Case

    State of Kansas Must Return $48 Million to Bicknell

    A Kansas Senior District Court Judge issued his ruling today in the high-profile tax case involving Gene Bicknell, former Pittsburg, Kan. resident, entrepreneur and Pizza Hut franchisee. The dispute had been ongoing for more than ten years and is believed to be the largest individual tax case in Kansas history. Senior Judge Richard M. Smith was appointed to hear the case by the Kansas Supreme Court.

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    Alleged theft of trade secrets threatens to close company’s doors
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    Depth of IP practice combined with collaboration across national offices defeats request for injunction in bet-the-company litigation

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    Polsinelli Announces Office Managing Partners for Kansas City

    Mary Jane Judy and Greg Kratofil, Jr. assume co-managing roles at firm's largest office

    Am Law 100 firm Polsinelli announced today the appointment of Shareholders Mary Jane Judy and Greg Kratofil, Jr. as the Office Managing Partners for Kansas City, Mo. Judy and Kratofil’s responsibilities will include oversight and management of Polsinelli’s headquarters and largest office.

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    Health Care “Prime”
    Our attorneys analyze the innovative activities shaping the health care industry.

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    Polsinelli Opens Miami Office; Expands Presence in Southeast Region

    Am Law 100 firm Polsinelli has expanded its footprint in the southeastern region of the country with the opening of its 22nd office in Miami. The new office and its associated attorneys strengthen Polsinelli’s market position both in the geographic area and in key industry verticals.

    Polsinelli’s Miami office includes five new shareholders and one associate: James D. Barnett, Michael P. Gennett, Marisa Rodriguez Wilson, Milton A. Vescovacci , J. Everett Wilson, and Brian Seidenberg . The group brings deep experience in a range of practice areas, including middle market corporate, mergers and acquisitions, private equity, health care, real estate, and financial services.

    “We’re pleased to announce our expansion in Miami,” said Polsinelli Chairman and CEO Chase Simmons. “We’ve been doing business there for years and our firm’s focus on health care, financial services, real estate and midmarket corporate work has been well received in the Miami market. The time to commit to Miami and the State of Florida is right, and we look forward to adding these talented lawyers to our client service offering.”

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