We had the good fortune of connecting with Lyndosha Jamison and we’ve shared our conversation below.
Hi Lyndosha, have you ever found yourself in a spot where you had to decide whether to give up or keep going? How did you make the choice?
As I mature, I’ve realized that while I never give up on my goals or myself, I do pivot. You should never plant yourself in a place where there is little to no provision. When I see that a relationship or a business venture lacks the resources that I may desire or need to sustain my life, I pivot.
Can you give our readers an introduction to your business? Maybe you can share a bit about what you do and what sets you apart from others?
My practice focuses on advising medical professionals in a variety of civil and health law matters. These matters include the following: Physician compensation review Telemedicine contracts Independent contractor agreements Physician employment contracts Physician partnership agreements Hospital/physician settlement agreements Medical directorship agreements Non-compete clause analysis Hospice employment contracts Behavioral health contracts Locums buyout agreements Individual risk management considerations Medical malpractice insurance reviews Joinder agreements Restrictive covenant analysis I am committed to providing practical solutions to the complex issues facing medical professionals. My experience assisting doctors and other healthcare professionals with their legal and compliance issues combined with my past experience as a trial attorney in Metro Atlanta make me a valuable asset to my clients. I received my B.A. summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa (Political Science, Pre-Law) from Spelman College in Atlanta, Georgia. I received my J.D. from John Marshall Law School in Atlanta, Georgia. Bar Admissions Georgia Bar, 2012 Supreme Court of Georgia, 2012 Georgia Court of Appeals, 2012 Professional Associations & Memberships Georgia Bar Association, Health Law Section Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys
If you had a friend visiting you, what are some of the local spots you’d want to take them around to?
We’d definitely go to Nakato, a Japanese spot located on Piedmont Road in Atlanta and Harold’s Chicken and Waffles.
The Shoutout series is all about recognizing that our success and where we are in life is at least somewhat thanks to the efforts, support, mentorship, love and encouragement of others. So is there someone that you want to dedicate your shoutout to?
One of my favorite books is The Compound Effect by Dan Hardy. I am also very grateful to the lawyers that helped mentor me early in my career, Tamara Ansari and Janelle Williams.
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