Elliott V. Haller
Louis Pasteur said “A bottle of wine contains more philosophy than all the books in the world.” Louis would have liked our Elliott Haller, who studied Philosophy with a focus on Ethics and Logic at the University of Toronto in Canada, and started three successful wine businesses in Mississippi before earning his J.D. from Mississippi College School of Law.
Elliott’s capacity for logic and critical thinking skills have drawn him to practice specialties including regulatory compliance, general civil litigation, commercial transactions, health care, employment law, and state and federal alcohol law and regulations.
Elliott’s work in the field of health care includes a wide range of topics; including, assisting providers and health plans through the complex web of regulatory compliance, transactions related to changes in ownership and defense of health care providers in liability actions.
Elliott has truly comprehensive understanding of the workings of state government, having worked as a staff attorney for the Mississippi Department of Transportation before entering private practice. He has therefore represented state agencies and corporate entities or individuals in a wide range of state administrative, employment, regulatory, procurement, and transactional matters.
As someone who worked in the corporate world before law school, started businesses himself, and is a current business owner, Elliott truly understands the challenges businesses and entrepreneurs face in today’s environment and is uniquely qualified to help businesses meet those challenges.
Elliott is also a registered lobbyist.
Elliott enjoys reading and studying history. He is a sommelier and frequently lectures on wine appreciation. In 2019, he was awarded a Bronze Medal from the Société Mondiale du Vin for his work in Mississippi.
Elliott is a member of Chapel of the Cross Episcopal Church in Madison, Mississippi.