Anne Miles Golson assists clients across the healthcare industry with a wide range of regulatory, operational, and litigation matters. She assists clients with the extensive federal and state regulations that apply to healthcare providers, including Stark Law and the Anti-Kickback Statute, state certificate of need and licensure laws, Medicare and Medicaid certification issues, and reimbursement questions, and has served as a Legal IRO for entities under a Corporate Integrity Agreement with the Office of Inspector General.
In addition to her regulatory practice, Anne Miles regularly assists clients with the litigation of healthcare-related issues. She has successfully negotiated with major managed care organizations on behalf of her clients to both reverse claims denials and affect changes to medical policies. In addition to her experience with managed care appeals, she has been involved in Medicare appeals, nationwide class actions, multidistrict litigation, and other complex litigation.
Anne Miles also uses her unique corporate and litigation experience to maintain an active pro bono practice. She is involved in Bradley’s Black-Owned Small Business and Nonprofit Clinic, through which she provides business-oriented legal services to local minority-owned small businesses. And she has assisted in several pro bono litigation matters, including assisting on petitions for writ of certiorari to the United States Supreme Court and Alabama Supreme Court and representing capital clients through state post-conviction proceedings.
Before joining Bradley, Anne Miles served as a judicial law clerk for the Hon. Andrew L. Brasher on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit. She attended law school at the University of Alabama School of Law, where she graduated summa cum laude and was an editor of the Alabama Law Review, member of the Order of the Barristers and Order of the Coif, and received the Dean M. Leigh Harrison and Hugo L. Black Scholar Awards. Anne Miles was also a member of the national moot court team that won the 69th Annual National Moot Court Competition in New York City, where she received the Fulton W. Haight Award for Best Oral Advocate, which is the highest personal award given in the competition.
- Alabama, 2020
- University of Alabama School of Law, J.D., 2020, summa cum laude; Junior Editor, Alabama Law Review; Order of the Barristers; Order of the Coif; Dean M. Leigh Harrison Award; Hugo L. Black Scholar Award; Bench & Bar Legal Honor Society; Campbell Moot Court Board Member; Elections Committee Co-Chair, Student Bar Association
- University of Alabama, B.A., English, 2015, Blount Scholars Program