Kevin D. Morgan

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Kevin D. Morgan

Kevin D. Morgan provides legal counsel to nonprofit hospitals and health systems, physician-hospital organizations, cooperative hospital service providers, long-term care facilities and physicians.  His areas of practice primarily include obtaining and maintaining tax-exempt status, compliance counseling, regulatory matters, and business transactions, including mergers & acquisitions.

Kevin’s familiarity with IRS regulations pertaining to charitable organizations has resulted in several successful requests for expedited review of applications for tax-exemption and ultimate determinations of tax-exempt status.  In addition, he counsels clients on the application of healthcare Fraud and Abuse laws to their operations and transactions, and advises clients on corporate governance issues.

Kevin also has substantial experience with drafting transaction documents and performing all necessary due diligence to protect clients’ interests and meticulously guide them through major transactions.


  • Drafted transaction documents, including Lease & Transfer Agreement, and handled all IRS and state agencies’ regulatory filings and required notifications for a hospital acquisition by lease on behalf of a nonprofit health system client.
  • Counseled a nonprofit hospital client through implementation of a corporate compliance program.
  • Formed a 501(e) organization and drafted patron documents for a purchasing group client.
  • Drafted transaction documents, including Asset Purchase Agreements, and handled all IRS and state agencies’ regulatory filings and required notifications for two hospital acquisitions on behalf of a nonprofit health system client.
  • Counseled client on formation of two nonprofit hospitals and obtained expedited review and approval of application for tax-exempt status.
  • Handled acquisitions of four separate physician group practices on behalf of several nonprofit hospital clients.
  • Counseled clients using tax-exempt bond issues to finance capital projects.
  • Counseled two tax-exempt cooperative hospital service organizations on compliance with IRS regulations and governance issues.


  Polk County Bar Association

  Volunteer Lawyer Project benefiting a Nonprofit Organization


  Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Central Iowa

  Fundraising activities


  University of Iowa College of Law, Iowa City, Iowa (J.D., 2006 with distinction)

  Staff Writer, Journal of Corporation Law

  University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa (B.A., 2001) 


   American Bar Association
          Health Law Section
          Antitrust Section
          Young Lawyers Division

  American College of Healthcare Executives

  American Health Lawyers Association
          Antitrust Section
          Fraud & Abuse Section
          Hospitals & Health Systems Section
          Tax and Finance Section

Iowa State Bar Association
          Health Law Section
          Business Law Section
          Corporate Counsel Section

Polk County Bar Association