Publish-Secondary Establishments: Enterprise Concerns – Company / Enterprise Law

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Post-Secondary Institutions: Business Considerations

July 19, 2021

Thompson Coburn LLP

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Post-secondary institutions have faced a number of challenges recently, including COVID-19 and a new administration in Washington, DC’s college room. The speakers will also discuss possible ways to improve operations to preserve as many options as possible for the institute, including organic growth or a strategic transaction. Finally, the speakers will discuss the latest trends in M&A and how they are being used as a way forward for some institutions.


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Aaron Lacey, Thompson Coburn
Katie Wendel, Thompson Coburn
Jack Bradley, Managing Director at Capstone Partners
Jacob Voorhees, Head of M&A at Capstone Partners

Originally presented:
July 13, 2021


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