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Hamil Little is focused on representing the interests of doctors, other healthcare businesses, closely held businesses and entrepreneurs.

Representing Doctors and Healthcare Businesses in Atlanta

Committed to the financial success of our clients, we advise and represent healthcare businesses in the following types of matters:

We Deliver Legal Solutions so that Our Healthcare Clients can Focus on Delivering Care

Our law firm represents healthcare clients in both litigation and non-litigation matters. Representative business litigation matters that we handle for healthcare providers in the Atlanta metropolitan area include non-compete agreement litigation, business divorce litigation associated with medical practice breakups, breach of contract litigation with third-party payers, intellectual property litigation and business tort litigation.

As part of our services to healthcare providers, our firm also advises medical practices and other healthcare providers with regard to employment law issues. For healthcare businesses, we provide solutions and representation in, for example, the following types of employment-related engagements:

  • drafting or reviewing comprehensive employee agreements (including non-compete, non-solicitation, non-disclosure and confidentiality agreements);
  • negotiating and drafting severance packages;
  • responding to communications and investigations by administrative agencies (such as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission or the Department of Labor);
  • review and analysis of compensation and wage/hour issues for compliance with the Fair Labor Standards Act or other applicable laws or regulations; and
  • review and analysis of employee screening and hiring protocols.

Our law firm has offices located in Atlanta’s thriving Midtown district. We represent healthcare providers and other service professionals in litigation and non-litigation matters. We serve clients in business, healthcare, and employment law matters throughout Georgia and South Carolina. We also have an office in downtown Augusta, Georgia.

“Kevin Little [of Hamil Little] represented the Medical Association of Georgia and individual physicians in a matter addressing the abuses of the health insurance industry. Kevin was a pleasure to work with and brought forth legal theories to hold the health insurance industry accountable to physicians and patients. We received outstanding representation from Kevin.” *

Donald Palmisano, CEO and General Counsel, Medical Association of Georgia

Atlanta is the capital of the State of Georgia and the county seat of Fulton County. Atlanta is located in northern Georgia at the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, with the highest elevation of any major US city east of the Mississippi River. The Atlanta metropolitan area has a population of over 5 million people. Atlanta is a major World transportation hub and the center of US commerce in the Southeast. Atlanta has become a thriving international city.

Atlanta has a large economy, important not only to Georgia but the United States. The Atlanta metropolitan area has an economy of over $304 billion, which is the eighth largest economy in the United States and the 17th largest in the world. With the third largest concentration of Fortune 500 companies in the United States, Atlanta serves as global headquarters for many large corporations and has regional or national offices for many more. Newell-Rubbermaid, Delta, Home Depot, Coke and UPS have their global headquarters in Atlanta. Delta Air Lines is Atlanta’s biggest employer. Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is the world’s busiest airport, operated by Delta. CNN, TBS and Cox Enterprises have helped make Atlanta a major media city.

With a very strong presence in art and theatre, Atlanta has companies in all major performing arts disciplines, including Atlanta Opera, Atlanta Ballet, Alliance Theatre, and Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. Atlanta’s renowned museums include the Museum of Design Atlanta, the High Museum of Art, the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia and the Michael C. Carlos Museum.

Atlanta has professional sports franchises in three major sports: the Atlanta Falcons (NFL), the Atlanta Hawks (NBA) and the Atlanta Braves (MLB). Atlanta has hosted major sporting events, including the 1996 Summer Olympics, Super Bowl XXVIII (1994), Super Bowl XXXIV (2000), the PGA Championship (2001 and 2011), the NCAA Final Four (2007) and, annually, the PGA’s Tour Championship, Chick-fil-A College Kickoff, the SEC Championship Game and the Chick-fil-A Bowl.

Atlanta has over 30 colleges and Universities, most notably including the Georgia Institute of Technology (midtown), Georgia State University (downtown), Emory University (Decatur), the Savannah College of Art and Design (midtown), Atlanta University Center, Clark Atlanta University, Spelman College, Morehouse College, and Agnes Scott College.

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75 14th Street NW
Suite 2840-B 
Atlanta, GA 30309