On September 18, 2019, Kevin Little, a partner in Hamil Little, spoke to physician members of the national American Osteopathic Association. The title of Mr. Little’s presentation to the physicians was Setting up a Concierge Medical Practice: Pointers and Pitfalls. Our business and healthcare law firm has advised and represented physicians, medical practices and other healthcare professionals who have established “concierge” or “direct primary care” medical practice models, as well as other unique models and arrangements.
The Best Lawyers in America© recently recognized Kevin Little of our firm by including him in its 26th Edition for his work in the practice area of Healthcare Law, for 2019. This distinction ranks Mr. Little among the top 5 percent of private practice attorneys nationwide, as determined purely by attorney peer review. For more than three decades, Best Lawyers has been regarded – both by the legal profession and the public – as the most credible measure of legal integrity and distinction in the United States. Inclusion in Best Lawyers is based on a rigorous peer-review survey comprising evaluations by top attorneys.
The International Association of Defense Counsel (IADC) recently accepted Kevin Little of our law firm for membership in the IADC. The IADC is comprised of leading corporate attorneys and insurance executives throughout the world. Its members are distinguished partners in large and small law firms, senior counsel in corporate and insurance law departments, and insurance executives. Mr. Little was nominated by Peter J. Pizzi of Newark, New Jersey and sponsored by William J. Kelly III of Denver, Colorado and Elizabeth Haecker Ryan of New Orleans, Louisiana. IADC’s standards for membership are very exacting.
Hamil Little is a proud affiliate of the CSRA Medical Group Management Association. Lee Little was honored to present as July’s featured speaker on Healthy Medical Practice Management: Legal, Risk and Compliance Considerations. Ms. Little shared considerations for medical practice managers in meeting current challenges in the healthcare business and regulatory environment, to support their important work and continued focus in providing excellent patient care.
As trial counsel in Soo Hyun Engineering USA, LLC v. KG USA, Inc., Case No. 16-CV-0644, Troup County Superior Court, wherein the plaintiff sought in commercial litigation a recovery of approximately $1 million, our firm recently obtained dismissal of the lawsuit following our filing of a motion for summary judgment. Kevin Little, a partner in Hamil Little, represented the defendant.
Kevin Little speaks to audiologists and speech pathologists at the American Academy of Private Practice in Speech Pathology and Audiology’s Annual Business Conference in Atlanta, regarding building an ancillary healthcare practice with a vision to sell it.
Following a multi-day trial on the merits in the District Court of Denver, Colorado, Kevin Little of our firm, and his co-counsel Shannon Bell, obtained permanent injunctive relief against the Obesity Medicine Association (OMA) for our firm’s physician client, Dr. Krishna Doniparthi.
Lee Little speaks to local artists at Arts Business Workshop sponsored by the Greater Augusta Arts Council regarding incorporating and setting up arts businesses.