G. Dennis Nabors

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Dennis practices in the areas of health care business and regulatory matters and public policy law. He has extensive experience in complex state and federal regulations, primarily in the health care sector, and he regularly appears before the Statewide Health Coordinating Council and the Certificate of Needs (CON) Review Board. Dennis also assists clients in many other administrative, licensure, and regulatory matters.

Prior to joining Rushton Stakely, Dennis served in a variety of legal and government positions including former chief of staff to Alabama Governor Guy Hunt, assistant attorney general for Alabama’s white-collar crime and civil rights division, city attorney for Montgomery, and executive vice president and chief lobbyist for the Alabama Hospital Association. His service in these areas set the stage for an extensive career as a leading attorney practicing in healthcare and public policy law.

 

TYPES OF MATTERS HANDLED

Continuously handles a broad array of public policy issues concerning general acute care and specialty care hospitals, hospices, home health facilities, and nursing homes across Alabama.

Leader in the initial Tort Reform involving Alabama Organ Donation and Solicitation Act.

Represents health care facilities in litigation involving national, regional, and state health care regulatory matters.

Has drafted and passed numerous state health regulations with several departments and agencies of government.

Dennis practices in the areas of health care business and regulatory matters and public policy law. He has extensive experience in complex state and federal regulations, primarily in the health care sector, and he regularly appears before the Statewide Health Coordinating Council and the Certificate of Needs (CON) Review Board. Dennis also assists clients in many other administrative, licensure, and regulatory matters.

Prior to joining Rushton Stakely, Dennis served in a variety of legal and government positions including former chief of staff to Alabama Governor Guy Hunt, assistant attorney general for Alabama’s white-collar crime and civil rights division, city attorney for Montgomery, and executive vice president and chief lobbyist for the Alabama Hospital Association. His service in these areas set the stage for an extensive career as a leading attorney practicing in healthcare and public policy law.

 

TYPES OF MATTERS HANDLED

Continuously handles a broad array of public policy issues concerning general acute care and specialty care hospitals, hospices, home health facilities, and nursing homes across Alabama.

Leader in the initial Tort Reform involving Alabama Organ Donation and Solicitation Act.

Represents health care facilities in litigation involving national, regional, and state health care regulatory matters.

Has drafted and passed numerous state health regulations with several departments and agencies of government.

  • B.S., University of South Alabama, 1975
  • J.D., Cumberland School of Law, 1980
  • All Alabama State Courts
  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of Alabama
  • U.S. District Court, Middle District of Alabama
  • U.S. District Court, Northern District of Alabama