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Hall Benefits Law, a boutique ERISA law firm headquartered in Atlanta, GA, believes that strategically-designed, legally-compliant benefit plans are the cornerstone of long-term business stability and growth. The HBL Team’s commitment to relationship-driven, proactive service of its clients’ needs has made it the fastest-growing ERISA and Employee Benefits law firm in the country. Hall Benefits Law advises plan sponsors in the areas of Benefits in Mergers and Acquisitions, Employee Stock Ownership Plans (ESOPs), Executive Compensation, Health and Welfare Benefits, Healthcare Reform, and Retirement Plans.
Anne Tyler Hall is Hall Benefits Law’s founding attorney and Principal. Prior to forming HBL, Anne Tyler Hall practiced ERISA and Benefits law with Alston & Bird, LLP and King & Spalding, LLP, two of Atlanta’s largest law firms. As a business owner representing businesses, Anne Tyler understands first-hand the importance of strategically-designed, legally-compliant benefit plans aimed at attracting, motivating, and retaining top employees. She also understands the importance of responsive and timely legal compliance guidance to businesses who are in six and seven-figure Internal Revenue Service, Department of Labor, or Department of Health and Human Services penalty situations. The Firm serves clients in 25 states and was recognized in 2018 by the Law Firm 500 as the fastest-growing ERISA law firm in the country.
David Hall joined Hall Benefits Law in 2016 following a 9 year teaching career and 8 years in business-to-business sales. David leads the sales and marketing efforts of the Firm and serves on the Board of Directors of the Southeast Benefits Education Network, where he has many opportunities to further the Firm’s mission of plan sponsor education. Integral to the establishment of Hall Benefits Law’s ERISA Learning Center, established in 2018, David is committed to bringing the plan sponsor and employee benefits communities together as often as possible. The aim of these gatherings is to share ideas, best practices, and general education on a wide variety of topics ranging from companies’ fiduciary duties to aging workforce and secondary payer Medicare issues.