Sharmila D. Jaipersaud is a member of Schenck, Price, Smith & King’s Health Care Law Practice Group and Corporate Practice Group. She practices primarily in health care transactional matters, working with hospitals, health care systems, physicians, practice groups and other health care professionals. She has extensive experience with general corporate matters, mergers and acquisitions, business succession planning, employment matters, real estate, software licensing, EMR agreements, day-to-day operations and other transactional matters.
She advises healthcare practitioners, individual physicians, and practice groups on a variety of corporate health care transactions and regulatory matters such as: business structuring, leasing, contracting, due diligence, regulatory compliance, Anti-Kickback laws, Stark law, HIPAA and the corporate practice of medicine. Ms. Jaipersaud has also lectured in the Tri-State area at various hospitals and to physicians and physician practice groups regarding contracting issues.
Ms. Jaipersaud is a member of the New Jersey State Bar Association’s Health Law Section, New Jersey Women Lawyer’s Association, Women in the Profession Section and Network of Indian Professionals (NetIP).
Prior to joining the Firm, Ms. Jaipersaud obtained extensive experience in corporate health care law and general corporate law at well recognized law firms. Ms. Jaipersaud also served as a Law Clerk to the Honorable John B. Dangler, J.S.C., Civil Division for the 2002-2003 term.
Ms. Jaipersaud has also been repeatedly selected to the New Jersey Rising Stars® * list featured in New Jersey Monthly magazine.
Areas of Concentration
Health care, general corporate matters, corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions, commercial transactions, real estate, compliance matters, vendor contracts, and business counseling on day-to-day matters.
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