Nelson Hardiman attorneys, Stacie Neroni, Larry Gill, and Rosa Shirley played an integral role in Angeles Equity Partners’ acquisition of Mini Pharmacy Enterprises, a Los Angeles-based pharmacy licensed in 49 states that specializes in providing diabetes supplies. 

The deal closed on June 6. “The plan for Mini is to help improve the patient experience,” said Jordan Katz, a founder and managing partner of Angeles Equity Partners, which plans to expand Mini Pharmacy’s geographic presence even further.

“We see a tremendous opportunity to build upon Mini’s legacy, leveraging the depth of Mini’s customer relationships and implementing several customer-focused initiatives designed to improve the patient experience.”

– Jordan Katz, Angeles Equity Partners as quoted in Business Wire article, Angeles Equity Partners Acquires Mini Pharmacy Enterprises, by Trenton Waterhouse, June 11, 2019)

Nelson Hardiman provided deal negotiation/drafting and regulatory licensing and enrollment advice on the acquisition. The acquisition required the development and management of complex rules and regulations to achieve a smooth close that did not negatively impact Mini Pharmacy’s operations or reimbursement flows.


About Stacie K. Neroni

Stacie K. Neroni is Nelson Hardiman’s Co-Managing Partner. Her deep knowledge of the strategic and business challenges inherent in the healthcare industry and pharmacy businesses has made her a recognized authority on operational and regulatory issues nationwide.

About Larry Gill

As a member of Nelson Hardiman’s Transactional Practice Group, Larry Gill utilizes his considerable experience in financial restructurings, securities transactions, and investments to advise his clients in the rapidly evolving healthcare industry.

About Rosa Shirley

Rosa Shirley is also a member of the firm’s Transactional Practice Group and her first-hand experience as a healthcare provider lends valuable insight into the practice. She advises on corporate, transactional, and regulatory matters in the healthcare industry.

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