Brandon A. Jackson
Brandon Jackson focuses his practice on advising and representing clients in the health care industry on a wide spectrum of legal issues, including medical malpractice litigation, regulatory compliance issues such as certificate of need, provider contracts, federal and state surveys, and billing and collections. He also advises and represents employers with respect to a wide variety of employment-related legal issues, including employment discrimination litigation, retaliation, harassment, wage and hour issues, employee leave issues, non-competes, employment termination, and labor and union issues.
Brandon relies not only on his legal experience in advising his clients, but also on his practical experience working in the health care industry. Brandon has been a licensed Nursing Home Administrator since 2011, and worked for nine years at a long term care nursing facility in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, prior to attending law school. Brandon uses this experience in advising his health care clients, particularly Skilled Nursing Facilities, Assisted Living Facilities, and Specialty Care Assisted Living Facilities.
In his personal time, Brandon enjoys Alabama football and rarely misses a game. He also enjoys hunting and golf.
Labor and Employment
General and Complex Litigation
U.S. District Courts for the Northern, Middle, and Southern Districts of Alabama, 2014
University of Alabama, B.S. Health Care Management, summa cum laude, 2011
Thomas Goode Jones School of Law, Faulkner University, J.D., cum laude, 2014
Alabama Nursing Home Administrator’s License, 2011
Awards and Recognitions
Law Review Editorial Board, 2013-14
Best Brief team winner, National Health Law Moot Court Competition, 2014
Alabama State Bar Association
American Bar Association
Birmingham Bar Association
Alabama Nursing Home Association
Publications and Speeches
“Constitutional Construction of Alabama’s Newest Bingo Amendments,” 5 UNLV Gaming L.J. 183 (2015) National Health Law Moot Court Competition Best Brief Co-Author, Journal of Legal Medicine 35 J. LEGAL MED. 385, 2014