William "Bill" Boling has been an active member of the Georgia bar for more than 30 years. Bill first took to healthcare law while he was a partner at Shaw Maddox Graham Monk & Boling in Rome, Georgia, where he represented health providers in medical negligence actions and myriad other matters. During this time, Bill also engaged in non-healthcare corporate counsel and developed his leadership skills as the youngest-ever president of the Greater Rome Chamber of Commerce.
Bill's healthcare expertise reached new heights when he assumed the role of general counsel at the Medical College of Georgia (MCG) Health System. Bill oversaw significant development of MCG's legal services as the health system was being restructured and effectively reborn. The senior leadership experience Bill developed over those five years in Augusta later landed him in some of the most respected healthcare branches in Atlanta, such as Powell Goldstein LLP; Epstein, Becker, Green PC; and Morris, Manning & Martin LLP.
In 2012, Bill started his own practice to better target the areas of law and business he found most stimulating and urgently needing attention, and to do so in his own mold. Today his clients include major hospitals, academic medical centers, rural hospitals, physician groups, and health IT startups, among others.
Bill is also an educator, teaching healthcare law at the University of Georgia School of Law, health administration law at Georgia State University, and FDA law at the University of Georgia School of Pharmacy. Bill also frequently lectures around the state and region on healthcare topics including healthcare compliance, Medicaid and Medicare policy, healthcare transactions, and regulatory issues.
Mason Reid joined Boling & Company in May 2013 and became a full-time associate in August 2014. Mason specialized in healthcare law at the University of Georgia School of Law, taking a keen interest in provider regulation and health care finance. In addition to his work for Boling & Company, Mason has interned in the general counsel's offices of St. Mary's Health System, the Georgia Department of Community Health, and the Cobb County Attorney's Office. His work experience includes health law compliance, health facility regulation, administrative adjudication, contract drafting, litigation drafting, and substantial healthcare law research. Mason has a background in journalism, copywriting, and political science, along with avocational pursuits in film and music.
Meghan Walter landed unexpectedly in the legal world after working in the art world when she joined Boling & Company in 2013. Not unexpected to those who know her, Meghan has thrived in this new setting, performing a host of essential functions for the firm since nearly its inception. Meghan has a background in art history; she holds a bachelor's in art history from College of Charleston and master's in art history from Savannah College of Art and Design. She has worked as a gallery manager in Atlanta and currently serves as manager of Fall Line Press, a photo-book printing company she operates with Mr. Boling. In her spare time, she and her husband, Jay, chase around their two young daughters, Harper and Hollis.