Hassan’s practice focuses on advising a broad range of clients across the health care industry—including health care systems, pharmacies, and private equity firms investing in health care companies—in complex industry transactions and compliance and regulatory matters.
Hassan leverages his prior experience as a “deal team” attorney representing private equity firms through various mergers and acquisitions, restructurings, and growth equity transactions to provide reasoned and pragmatic solutions to a wide range of client needs.
Prior to joining Mintz, Hassan was an associate with a large, international law firm in New York City, and then later, with a boutique law firm in Los Angeles. He also served as an intern at the State Department’s White House Liaison Office during the Obama administration.
Hassan received his J.D. from Duke Law School, where he was an editor of the Duke Journal of Constitutional Law and Public Policy. He received his B.S.Ed and MPH from Baylor University, with a concentration in health education.
- Duke University (JD)
- Baylor University (MPH)
- Baylor University (BSED)
- Member, American Bar Association
- Member, American Health Law Association
- Member, Health Care Compliance Association
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