Jennifer P. Whitton


Jennifer comes to Krevolin & Horst from an AmLaw Global 100 law firm in Atlanta with more than a decade of experience advising health systems and other provider clients.  She focuses her practice on healthcare law, advising clients in connection with structuring complex transactions involving acquisitions, joint ventures, and other strategic affiliations.

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  • J.D., Georgia State University College of Law, summa cum laude
  • B.A., Agnes Scott College, cum laude


  • Georgia

Pro Bono

  • Georgia Asylum and Immigration Network (GAIN)
  • Health Law Partnership (HeLP)


  • Georgia Bar, Health Law Section
  • American Health Lawyers Association
  • Atlanta Legal Aid Society
  • Service Council: Secretary



Jennifer develops strategies and solutions that assist clients in navigating complex statutory and regulatory requirements, while effectively and efficiently meeting clients’ business objectives. She also counsels a range of healthcare clients on day-to-day operational and compliance matters, including federal and state fraud and abuse laws such as the Stark Law, Anti-Kickback Statute and Civil Monetary Penalties Law, Medicare/Medicaid requirements and reimbursement, licensure and accreditation, telemedicine, HIPAA and other laws impact healthcare transactions and operations, including fee-splitting and corporate practice of medicine laws.

A unique background in healthcare that includes broad M&A, transactional and regulatory experience has made Jennifer Whitton an exceptionally well-rounded counselor to healthcare organizations and providers seeking to strategically align to face the mounting pressures in the healthcare industry and find workable solutions to regulatory challenges. In addition to large healthcare organizations, Jennifer also advises institutional physician practices, telehealth providers, specialty pharmacy companies, amongst other institution healthcare clients. Her solutions-oriented strategies and problem-solving communication style help her clients achieve compliant and cost-efficient outcomes during corporate growth and expansion.

Jennifer serves on the Board of the Atlanta Legal Aid Society.  She previously held roles on its Advisory Council and was one of the original members of Legal Aid’s Service Council. Outside of law, Jenn enjoys spending time with her daughter, running, hiking and yoga.