Courts throughout the nation recognize that "the era of the locally owned, ‘mom and pop’ nursing facility is gone. Increasingly, private investment groups own large chains of nursing homes. With the end of the locally owned nursing home, it has become common for nursing facilities to have complex ownership and management structures," as the court held in Schwartzberg v. Knobloch, 98 So. 3d 173, 180 (Fla. Dist. Ct. App. 2012). Large, often publicly traded nursing home chains have gone through similar reorganizations, creating a plethora of facility-specific entities that are now often owned by investment groups or private equity firms.
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