Gregory A. Tanner


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Greg Tanner has considerable experience helping clients navigate the processes and aftermath of government investigations and audits, notably in the healthcare industry. His knowledge of potential risks and regulatory compliance concerns enables him to proactively educate and counsel clients on how to prepare for and respond to the variety of complex federal and state regulatory matters.

Combining his educational background in health administration and his experience with government agencies, Greg brings a holistic view to clients' regulatory compliance matters.

Recognitions and Memberships


  • American Health Lawyers Association
  • Georgia Academy of Healthcare Attorneys
  • Georgia Bar Association, Health Law Section

Prior Positions

  • The Honorable Jack Partain, Conasauga Judicial Circuit: Law Clerk
  • Grady Health System, Office of Legal Affairs: Legal Intern
  • Professor Leslie Wolf, Georgia State University College of Law, Center for Health Law and Society: Graduate Research Assistant


  • U.S. District Court, Northern District of Georgia
  • Georgia


  • J.D., Georgia State University College of Law, 2016, cum laude; Health Law Certificate with Honors; Student Health Law Association, Leadership Board
  • M.S.H.A., Georgia State University J. Mack Robinson College of Business, Institute of Health Administration, 2016
  • A.B., University of Georgia, 2005


In The Blogs

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Health Law Update
Federal Judge Blocks Idaho from Enforcing Abortion Ban in Emergencies
By Claire M. Bass, Amy E. Fouts, Gregory A. Tanner
September 1, 2022
On Aug. 24, the United States District Court for the District of Idaho issued a preliminary injunction blocking the enforcement of Idaho’s new abortion law. The law was set to take effect on Aug. 25, 2022. As previously reported, the U.S...
Health Law Update
DOJ Alleges Idaho Abortion Law Violates EMTALA
By Claire M. Bass, Amy E. Fouts, Gregory A. Tanner
August 4, 2022
On Aug. 2, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) filed suit against the state of Idaho to block a state abortion law set to take effect on Aug. 25, claiming that it violates the federal Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act of 1986...