Healthcare is part of our DNA at Clyde & Co. We add real value to our clients business through our in-depth understanding of the key legal, regulatory and commercial issues that they face.
Driven by the unprecedented demands of an ageing global population and growing levels of lifestyle-related chronic diseases across the world, the global healthcare sector is undergoing a period of rapid change.
Our multidisciplinary global healthcare group draws upon expertise across the firm and comprises lawyers who specialise in litigation, projects and construction, real estate, corporate, insurance, intellectual property, commercial, IT, regulatory and employment.
Our clients include private equity firms specialising in healthcare investments, health ministries and authorities, public and private hospitals, pharmaceutical companies, insurance companies, healthcare suppliers and distributors as well as healthcare companies.
Our extensive office network across the UK & Europe, US, Asia Pacific and the Middle East enables us to deliver a seamless integrated service to our healthcare clients around the globe.
We operate on a global basis to deliver sector driven, commercially focused advice to our healthcare clients.
We have a strong track record of advising on financing, mergers, acquisitions and listings both on the alternate and main exchanges within the industry.
From market entry to growth strategies and on complex cross-border transactions, particularly those involving new and developing markets. We are regularly instructed to assist with corporate governance, structuring and partnerships of primary care facilities.
Our team is experienced at providing advice on a broad range of commercial contracts and associated contract management, outsourcing and procurement, intellectual property and information technology for healthcare providers. We frequently advise multinational private corporations on local regulatory issues, the licensing of drugs and the procurement, implementation and operation/management of goods and services in the healthcare sector.