Kristina Giyaur, Esq.


MDRXLaw – Sauchik & Giyaur, P.C., distinguished by over thirty years of combined legal expertise in the area of pharmacy transactions, specializes in representing both buyers and sellers within this intricate, highly specialized, and unique realm. Our commitment extends beyond legalities; our goal is to guide you through the entire process, ensuring a smooth journey while adeptly avoiding common pitfalls that may arise.

The importance of engaging an attorney well-versed in the nuances of buying and selling pharmacies cannot be overstated. The transfer of pharmacy ownership stands out for its highly regulated nature, presenting complexities beyond the scope of typical small business transfers. Our approach involves navigating multiple applications to licensing authorities, Medicaid, Medicare, and PBMs, accompanied by meticulous coordination with essential stakeholders such as suppliers, vendors, and entities crucial to pharmacy operations. Crucially, our attorneys possess profound knowledge of the intricacies involved in operating an independent pharmacy.

Our distinguished track record is a testament to our success in representing a diverse clientele, including independent and institutional pharmacy owners. We have facilitated various pharmacy transactions, ranging from individuals and corporations acquiring assets of existing pharmacies to aiding pharmacy owners in selling files and goodwill to chain pharmacies, institutional pharmacies, and specialty pharmacies. Additionally, we excel in assisting pharmacy owners with selling, acquiring, or redistributing ownership interests in pharmacy businesses.

Our expertise extends to handling complex, large transactions that demand seamless collaboration among professionals and impeccable resource allocation. In most instances, we take pride in offering efficient representation to both pharmacy buyers and sellers, all at a reasonable flat rate. Trust MDRXLaw – Sauchik & Giyaur, P.C. for comprehensive legal support tailored to the unique challenges of pharmacy transactions.

  • Drafting and negotiating purchase and sale agreements
  • Conducting due diligence, including all aspects of pharmacy operations and past conduct that might result in audits and investigations
  • Obtaining necessary permits and licenses, notifications and enrollments with PBMs, Medicaid, and Medicare
  • Handling lease, employment, taxation and other matters arising in the context of pharmacy transactions
  • Advising on pharmacy transactions involving intellectual property, valuation, and impairments due to audits and investigations