The law practice of Alan D. Hall, PLC is grounded in providing exceptional legal services with the utmost trust and integrity. Alan’s experience offers a rich background in law, government and banking. Legal services Alan provides include employment law, confidential investigations, general business law, risk management and regulatory/policy interpretation and drafting.
Alan began his legal career with a leading mid-South law firm in 1996, where he served as an associate for six years. He handled a variety of legal and business law services, including banking mergers and acquisitions, regulatory representation, litigation for the construction industry, contract negotiations for businesses and individuals as well as bankruptcy, collections and general business law.
Subsequently, Alan served as an executive in Tennessee State Government for 10 years. He was the Department of Human Service’s first Inspector General, where he increased collections, reduced audit findings and improved the employee background check process, along with other significant accomplishments .
Prior to working in State Government and law, Alan had a successful career in banking. He was a vice president and branch manager, and he also held system-wide positions as bank compliance officer and company Reinvestment Act officer. Originally from Dickson County, Tennessee, Alan and his family have lived in Franklin, Tennessee, just south of Nashville for 15 years.
Alan’s Law Firm Experience
Expertise in banking, construction and general business law
- Handled large multi-bank holding company mergers and acquisitions
- Managed all aspects of banking practice, including regulatory representation and bank litigation
- Practiced litigation
- Handled construction legal matters (e.g., a large multi-million dollar sports arena)
- Conducted bankruptcy, collections and general business legal services
- Handled contract negotiations for businesses and individuals
As Inspector General of the Tennessee Department of Human Services, Alan led four divisions and more than 300 employees. Under his leadership, the Department:
- Increased collections for improperly or fraudulently paid federal benefits from $3 million to more than $10 million,
- Reduced financial and compliance audit findings from 8 to 0 and maintained it for successive years, and
- Improved the employee background process, taking it from 29 days to 2 days.
Alan also successfully mediated EEOC complaints and federal audit penalties for the agency.