Roland F. Hall


Roland has been a member of the Georgia Bar since 1994. Roland’s practice includes representing electric cooperatives and related entities in corporate, finance and regulatory matters, negotiating and drafting contracts, including construction contracts, and handling complex business transactions and commercial litigation. Roland has represented and advised clients including Georgia System Operations Corporation, Georgia Transmission Corporation, many Georgia electric membership corporations, H&M Company, Lincoln Property Company, the Georgia Department of Transportation, Gwinnett County, Georgia, and the City of Milledgeville.

Roland primarily works out of the firm’s Northeast Atlanta (Tucker) Office.

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News Featuring Roland F. Hall

AHC Attorney Discusses Cooperative Governance and Transparency Issues

AHC attorney Roland Hall was recently interviewed for an article on the trend toward more transparency and openness in cooperative governance.  The article appeared in the July/August issue of the National Cooperative Business Association’s Cooperative Business Journal.  The full article can be accessed here. (more…)

Leading Broadband over Power Line Provider Closes its Doors

Broadband over power line (BPL) technology is designed to use existing power lines to provide broadband Internet access to businesses and consumers.  In the early 2000s BPL was promoted by providers as a viable alternative to DSL and cable broadband offerings, especially in rural areas where there was no other means of broadband access.  Although