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Rebecca Friedrick Glitman

Associate

Education

University of Notre Dame Law School, J.D.
  • magna cum laude
  • Notre Dame Law Review
Albion College, B.A.
  • Political Science and Music
  • summa cum laude; Phi Beta Kappa

Bar Admissions

Professional Affiliations

American Bar Association

American Health Lawyers Association

State Bar of Michigan

  • Health Care Law Section
Overview
Experience

Overview

Becky Friedrick Glitman is a corporate attorney with experience counseling clients on a variety of healthcare regulatory and transactional matters. She focuses her practice on assisting healthcare clients with day-to-day compliance matters, business transactions, and mergers and acquisitions.

  • Counsels healthcare providers on various federal and state regulatory matters, including Medicare and Medicaid enrollment, licensing, compliance, corporate practice of medicine, and healthcare fraud and abuse issues (e.g., Stark Law and Anti-Kickback Statute)
  • Represents a variety of healthcare clients in business organizational matters
  • Conducts regulatory due diligence for acquisitions, mergers, and bond financings
  • Drafts and reviews contracts, including physician employment, physician recruitment, clinical trial agreements, and other healthcare-related agreements
  • Advises various nonprofit clients on regulations affecting tax-exempt entities, including private use and unrelated business income matters

Experience

  • Assisted a national Catholic healthcare system in the acquisition of a multi-hospital system
  • Assisted a nonprofit healthcare system in the sale of a hospital to a national for-profit health care system
  • Assisted a nonprofit healthcare system in the sale of a hospice and home health provider to a regional for-profit healthcare company
  • Assisted a Catholic healthcare system in the sale of two hospitals, a home healthcare provider, and a nursing facility
  • Assisted a private equity company in the acquisition of a clinical laboratory
  • Assisted a behavioral health provider in an affiliation with a regional healthcare system
  • Assisted a regional health system with multimillion-dollar bond financings
  • Assisted a government-owned hospital in its application to obtain dual tax-exempt status for purposes of federal income tax
  • Assisted a national healthcare system in the acquisition of a PACE program
  • Assisted a national Catholic healthcare system in the acquisition of a nursing home and assisted living facility
  • Assisted a county-owned hospital in its conversion to a nonprofit corporation and affiliation with a regional healthcare system