Two Big Anatomic Pathology Groups Will Merge in Washington State

Goal is to maintain community pathology services while expanding subspecialty pathology expertise to offer more laboratory testing services to physicians Two of Washington State’s largest anatomic pathology  groups announced their intention to merge earlier this week. When completed, the combined pathology supergroup will number 36 board-certified pathologists and will have large histology laboratories in both the western and eastern regions of Washington. The merger will bring together the...

Strategies to Protect the Key Assets of Clinical Laboratories and Pathology Groups

Lab-savvy lawyers tackle overlooked issues involving non-compete covenants, protection of client lists, and effective partnership agreements Unbeknownst to many owners of clinical laboratories and pathology groups, several developments have created new risks for the most important business assets of these organizations. Experts involved in legal and financial consulting for laboratories advise their clients to take definitive steps to prevent direct loss or any significant erosion in the value...

Revisiting September 1999: Big Lab News Was AML’s Merger with APL

It was The Dark Report’s headline story ten years ago this month! Introducing a new feature: Ten Years Ago in The Dark Report To give Dark Daily readers better context about unfolding events in the laboratory industry, we are pleased to introduce this feature which will appear regularly. Each month, we will dive into our archives and share with you the key events of ten years ago, along with an update to those companies and laboratory executives. American Medical Labs Merges with Associated...
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