Biographical Summary: Timothy B. Elliott has over 38 years of attorney experience in the areas of health care law, environmental law, complex civil litigation, business law, and banking. After engaging in private practice for over 20 years as a partner with Tallahassee’s Ausley Law firm, he then served as the Florida Agency for Health Care (AHCA) Certificate of Need (CON) Attorney and Senior Regulatory counsel 2004-2006. He is the author of several publications, recipient of two Florida Bar Certificates of Recognition for pro bono representation of death sentenced inmates, and has served on boards and committees including the Business & Finance Committee of the Tallahassee Downtown Improvement Authority. He is an “AV” rated attorney with Martindale-Hubbell.
Education: Florida State University, J.D., 1975; Florida State University, B.S., Accounting and Finance, 1973
Admitted: All state and federal Florida Courts including the U.S. Northern, Middle, and Southern District Courts of Florida. Member of the Tallahassee Bar Association and The Florida Bar (Health Law Section; Administrative Law Section; and Government Lawyer Section).
Key Practice Areas: Administrative Law; Health Care; Hospital and Facility Licensing and Regulation; Medicare and Medicaid Certification and Regulation; Professional Licensing; Information Technology and Contracts; Business Law; Environmental; Bid Protests; Complex Litigation; Appeals and Appellate Law; Psychiatric Hospitals and other Special Facility Licensing and Regulation including residential treatment facilities (RTFs), residential treatment centers (RTCs), crisis stabilization units (CSUs), intensive care facilities for the developmentally disabled (ICF/DDs), Baker Act facilities, Health Care Clinics (HCCs), and Ambulatory Surgical Centers (ASCs).