Charles A. Dorminy
Charles A. Dorminy
Charles A. “Charlie” Dorminy is a Partner in the firm’s Brunswick office, and his practice encompasses a wide variety of areas including medical malpractice defense, healthcare compliance, employment law, local government law, corporate law, and general insurance defense litigation.
Charlie currently serves as appointed counsel for a local government utilities provider and acts as general counsel for a large boat manufacturer. He also serves as compliance counsel and outside litigation counsel for health-care facilities around the state, and as employment counsel for many local governments in South Georgia. He was named a Super Lawyers Rising Star in 2012 and 2013 and was listed in The Best Lawyers in America 2018-2020.
General Counsel for local government utility provider
General Counsel for local Hospital Authority
General Counsel for large boat manufacturer
General Counsel for local non-profit
Healthcare and employment counsel for behavioral health provider
Healthcare and employment counsel for correctional health provider
Outside litigation counsel for psychiatric hospital
Outside litigation counsel for large city in south Georgia
Outside employment counsel for 3 south Georgia counties and 2 boards of education
Privacy counsel to large north Georgia health system
Privacy counsel to multiple south Georgia medical centers
- Attorney Panel: For the Record
IIAG Annual Convention; June 9, 2023
- Litigation Trends Related to Hospital Medical Records
Health Information Managers Association, August 2019
- Medical Malpractice Claims: Frequency, Severity, and Trends
Hospital CFO Seminar, July 2019
- Sexual Harassment in the Workplace
Government Client, July 2016, 2017, 2018
- Georgia Hands-Free Law
Hall Booth Smith Blog, June 2018.
- New CDC Report Shows Opioid Epidemic Still Raging
Hall Booth Smith Blog, July 2017.
- Business Records Production: Ensuring The Story Is Complete
USLAW Magazine, Fall/Winter 2015.
- Georgia’s Certificate of Need: The Effects of Physician-Owned Entities on Georgia’s Next Healthcare Debate
University of Houston, December 2006.
- An Easier Way to Fix O.C.G.A. 9-11-9.2
Healthcare Perspectives, December 2006
- Elder Abuse Reporting Obligations: How to Keep Rocky from Being K.O.’d
University of Houston, December 2006
- Economic Credentialing: An Evil Borne of Necessity
- Senate Bill 3: Full of Sound and Fury, Authorizing Nothing
Healthcare Perspectives, May 2006.