James K. Hasson, Jr.

James Hasson

Title: Partner
Company: Hasson Law Group, LLP
Location: Atlanta, Georgia, United States

James K. Hasson, Jr., Partner at Hasson Law Group, LLP, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Lawyers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in tax, corporate, business and transactional law.

After practicing law with Sutherland, Asbill & Brennan for a number of years, as well as teaching law to future legal professionals at Emory University, Mr. Hasson joined his son Keith’s law firm. In this role, he brings his extensive experience to serve clients in their areas of needs concerning family businesses, tax-exempt organizations, and the individual and organization that enable these businesses and nonprofit organizations to function. Since 2000, Mr. Hasson has also served as the chair and board director of the House-Hasson Hardware Company. He is also a director of Gary & Mary West Health Institute.

Mr. Hasson earned a Bachelor of Arts and JD from Duke University. In 1971, he was admitted to the District of Columbia bar and the Georgia bar. He has served as the editor of the Journal of Taxation and has contributed to numerous articles and professional journals. In a career spanning more than 40 years, some of his many achievements include participating in the transformation of a small group of doctors in Atlanta into a nonprofit clinic for Emory University that later evolved into the Emory Health System. In addition, he has designed and implemented the separation of the Duke University Health System from the university itself, which allowed growth into a regional health care delivery system in North Carolina. Mr. Hasson has also been a crucial figure in the design and implementation of the Gary and Mary West Health Institute. Since 2004, he has been honored among Super Lawyers. He also received a fellowship with the American College of Tax Counsel and in 1980, he received the President’s Distinguished Service Award.

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