A Little About Your New Lawyer
Clinical Laboratory Attorney
844.547.2744 ext. 100
I've been involved in business for more than 30 years. I grew up working in my family’s businesses
Bachelor of Business Administration, 1990
Cumberland School of Law at Samford University
ADMITTED TO PRACTICE
South Carolina (inactive)
HEALTHCARE LAW CONCENTRATION
Fraud and Abuse Prevention
Daily Operations Matters
and launched my first small business at age 20, while finishing my undergraduate business degree. I went on to law school and graduated in 1994. After spending a number of years in private practice I took a couple of breaks to stay at home with my son, during which time I started three other small businesses. I reentered the legal field in 2011, serving approximately the next 5 years as in-house counsel for various healthcare-related companies including a franchisor. I started Concision in 2016 and by the end of the second year of Concision’s inception, it became apparent, based on the clients I was drawn to serve, that I should focus my practice on the clinical laboratory industry. I’ve learned the laboratory industry is diverse enough to keep me on my toes and provide plenty of variety in my day. So, I am happy to say that I now concentrate on helping clinical laboratories navigate an endless number of industry laws and regulations. If I'm not working or keeping up with the latest in lab law, you may find me working on a painting, watching the latest Walking Dead episode or trolling Pinterest for interior design ideas.
The definition of Concision is "the art and practice of minimizing words used to convey an idea...eliminating redundancy without omitting important information". This is my philosophy not only in drafting legal documents but in my overall approach to practicing law; simple, straight-forward, solid guidance without all the unnecessary fluff. I know clinical laboratory law. I know business operations and business law. I work hard, bill fairly and I want you to succeed in spite of all the regulatory mess the government heaps on you. If you've always dreaded calling your lawyer, you'll be pleasantly surprised.