Robert A. Hamill
  Attorney

Presentations

Creating Legally Compliant Strategies for Care of Vulnerable Populations, North Carolina Hospital Association Summer Meeting, July 2017
[07/20/2017] SEE MORE

BIOGRAPHY

Bobby Hamill’s practice is focused primarily on corporate, transactional and health care law. He advises hospitals, health systems, academic medical centers, medical practices and other entities on business, transactional, governance and regulatory matters. His experience includes advising clients on mergers and acquisitions, corporate organization and reorganization matters, health care joint ventures, governance and physician alignment. Bobby also advises clients concerning a wide variety of state and federal regulatory issues, including the Stark Law, Anti-Kickback Statute, licensure, certificate of need, privacy and security and reimbursement issues. Prior to entering private practice, Bobby served as general counsel for a South Carolina hospital.

EDUCATION

University of South Carolina, B.A., with honors - 2007

Charleston School of Law, J.D., with honors - 2011

ADMITTED TO BAR

  • South Carolina - 2011
  • North Carolina - 2012

memberships

  • American Health Lawyers Association
  • North Carolina Bar Association
  • South Carolina Bar Association
  • North Carolina Society of Healthcare Attorneys
  • American Bar Association

Experience

  • Served as general counsel for a South Carolina hospital
  • Represented hospitals and health systems in numerous mergers, acquisitions and joint venture transactions, including acquisitions of non-profit hospitals by for-profit entities and acquisitions of community hospitals by academic medical centers and other health systems.
  • Drafted, reviewed and negotiated numerous asset purchase agreements, stock purchase agreements, joint venture agreements and related transactional documents.
  • Served as outside general counsel for several hospital and provider entities.
  • Represented hospitals and health systems in acquiring physician practices and employing physicians.
  • Preparing submissions to the Stark Self-Referral Disclosure Protocol.
  • Assisted ambulatory surgical facilities, assisted living facilities, nursing homes, home health agencies, radiation therapy centers and hospitals with various certificate of need matters, including strategic planning and analysis, seeking regulatory exemptions, requesting declaratory rulings and appeals.