Co-Chair of the Transactional Health Law Group, Robinson + Cole

Leslie Levinson is co-chair of the firm’s Transactional Health Law Group, and a member of both the Health Law and Business Transaction Groups. He has represented private and public businesses throughout his more than 30-year career. Although Les maintains an active business law practice, he concentrates on the transactional, regulatory, and compliance representation of health care and life science clients, including home care and hospice companies, physician practices, hospitals, information technology and medical device companies, health care equipment providers, and health care investors and lenders. He brings a proactive approach to problem solving. He assists clients by anticipating issues and implementing creative and cost-effective strategies and solutions.

Les has extensive experience in both health care and life science–related and non–health care industry transactions. He has completed more than 300 mergers and acquisitions and financing transactions.

Les is a frequent author, speaker, and commentator on health care and business matters as well as a contributor to Robinson+Cole’s health law blog, Health Law Diagnosis. Prior to joining the firm, he was a partner at Edwards Wildman, where he was the chair of the health care practice. Les serves on a number of outside advisory boards, including the National Advisory Board of the Berman Institute on Bioethics at Johns Hopkins University, Bioethics International, and DealZumo.