Representing clients in all areas of commercial litigation, Elizabeth Hall serves financial institutions, municipalities, companies and individuals. She advocates in state and federal courts on issues arising from contracts, bankruptcies, creditor’s rights, foreclosures, consumer protection laws, regulatory compliance, enforcement actions, employment litigation, insurance litigation, negotiations and commercial real estate and title disputes.
Elizabeth brings substantial experience to her practice. Prior to joining the firm, she served as senior corporate counsel for CarMax Auto Finance, where she provided legal advice and support on issues such as contracts, licensing and compliance with regulations and federal and state laws. Prior to that, Elizabeth practiced at another Atlanta law firm, where she focused on bankruptcy, commercial litigation and consumer protection litigation.
With vast experience and familiarity with many different legal venues, including bankruptcy courts, Elizabeth adeptly handles the various problems, novel issues and particularly difficult cases that come her way. Taking a straightforward, practical approach, she performs cost-benefit analyses at the inception of cases and gives clients candid, upfront assessments of the litigation risk they face. Elizabeth works strategically to procure optimal resolutions as efficiently as possible.
Elizabeth has two children. Before she became a lawyer, she was a theater teacher. Elizabeth still loves to support the arts and attend many types of performances, including Broadway shows, symphonies and local community-theater.
- Georgia Bar Association
- Macon Bar Association