Lisa J. Churvis
Lisa is an associate in the Healthcare practice and a member of the Home Health & Hospice, Hospitals & Health Systems, and Post-Acute & Long-Term Care industry teams. She represents healthcare clients in litigation, government investigations, and administrative disputes.
Lisa focuses her practice on defending clients in False Claims Act (whistleblower) and professional liability litigation, as well as guiding clients through Georgia’s Certificate of Need process.
Prior to law school, Lisa worked as an Operations Analyst for the DeKalb County Board of Health. As a student at the Georgia State University College of Law, she interned for the Honorable Amy Totenberg (Northern District of Georgia) and the Honorable Judge John Goger (Fulton County Superior Court) and served as an associate articles editor for the Georgia State University Law review. After graduation, Lisa served as a staff attorney at the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals.
- Georgia State University College of Law, Juris Doctor,cum laude
- Health Law Certificate, with honors
- Full Scholarship from Atlanta Law School Foundation
- Law Review – Associate Articles Editor
- Moot Court – Vice President of Research, Writing, and Advocacy
- Emory University, Master of Business Administration - Accounting & Taxation
- University of Virginia, Bachelor of Arts - Psychology
- State of Georgia
- United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit
- United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia
- Supreme Court of Georgia
- Georgia Court of Appeals
- American Bar Association
- Best Lawyers in America®: Ones To Watch, Healthcare Law, 2023
News & Insights
- NewsLisa Churvis Quoted in STAT+ Article Regarding Impact of No Surprises ActDecember 30, 2022 | In the News | STAT+
- PublicationsBattle Over No Surprises Act Rages on and Expands to New FrontsDecember 20, 2022 | Articles | Arnall Golden Gregory LLP
- PublicationsMedPAC Discusses Draft Hospice Payment Recommendations for 2024; MedPAC’s Recommended Hospice Cuts Considered by CongressDecember 7, 2022 | Articles | Arnall Golden Gregory LLP