About Andrew S. Bogen
Andy graduated, with distinction, from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia with a BBA in Finance and Marketing in 1978. For the next 3 years, he travelled in Europe, lived on a Kibbutz in Israel, worked in a bank in Tel Aviv, and then returned to his home in the Washington DC Metropolitan Area where he was a foreign exchange trader for Deak Perrara. He then attended George Washington University’s National Law Center and graduated in 1984 with honors, in the top 10% of his class, and as a member of the George Washington Law Review.
Following law school, he moved to New York City and for the next 30 years, until 2014 when he formed Bogen Law, Andy was a clerk, associate, counsel and partner at a number of top-tier nationally recognized law firms and boutiques, including Hale & Dorr (now part of Wilmer Hale), Winthrop, Stimson, Putnam & Roberts (now part of Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP), and Golenbock, Eiseman, Assor, Bell & Peskoe. He then became an important part of a team of healthcare lawyers who started at Blass & Driggs and then collectively moved to Harris Beach, Arent Fox, and finally, Arnold & Porter.
Mr. Bogen started his career as a corporate generalist and spent most of his time working on corporate finance, bank lending, restructurings and mergers and acquisitions. He also spent several years working under the tutelage of real estate partners and became proficient in commercial leasing and real estate purchases and sales.
In 1994, he joined a boutique mergers and acquisitions firm that specialized in healthcare industry transactions. Since then, he has focused approximately 75% of his time working with health care providers of all types including, hospitals and hospital systems, skilled nursing facilities, ambulatory surgery centers, home health and health home companies, multi-specialty and single specialty medical practices, individual physicians, large dental practices and individual dentists, and many other businesses involved in the healthcare arena, including independent practice associations, accountable care organizations, management companies, device manufacturers and suppliers, institutional pharmacies, and consulting and ancillary service companies. The balance of his time is spent working with businesses in a variety of sectors, including hospitality, legal, engineering, financial consulting, telecommunications, internet, fashion, and publishing. He also represents a number of not-for-profit organizations.
On the 4th of July in 2014, Andy declared his independence from “Big Law” and formed his own law practice so that he could have greater freedom in choosing his clients, more flexibility with his fee arrangements, and a greater ability to draw support from lawyers at a multitude of firms and independent practices.
Since then, his practice has thrived as he has continued to represent a wide variety of clients in the healthcare industry and other businesses as well. For more information, please click on the following links:
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