Rebecca Hall is a lawyer who knows that success depends on hard work and command of the facts.
Before joining the firm, Rebecca worked as an attorney in New York City where she handled matters ranging from general commercial litigation and class actions to white-collar investigations. She continues this diverse practice at Lightfoot, representing clients in matters related to medical malpractice, professional liability, commercial litigation, and environmental and toxic torts.
Her experience includes working on various class and direct actions involving Commodities Exchange Act violation allegations, contract claims arising from life insurance cost-of-insurance increases and violations of securities laws. She has also worked on pro bono matters, including criminal appeals and a Section 1983 civil rights lawsuit.
Rebecca loves the challenge of mastering complex and technical facts in order to achieve the best result for her clients. She’s a problem-solver who understands that the right outcome is different for each client and case, and she relishes the opportunity to develop creative approaches that are tailored to each unique circumstance.
Rebecca graduated from Emory Law School with honors and served as an Executive Managing Editor of the Emory Law Journal. Originally from Muscle Shoals, Rebecca is glad to have traded the skyscrapers of Manhattan for the familiar Alabama sunshine. When not at work, she enjoys hiking, homebrewing, exploring local music and roaming her family’s cattle ranch with her pack of dogs.