At Brinson Askew Berry, we are a full-service law firm representing clients throughout North Georgia and metro Atlanta. Established in 1975, Brinson Askew Berry began as a boutique litigation firm. Three decades later, we continue that tradition of excellence in the courtroom and complement it with a first-rate transactional practice. Our deep bench of attorneys is focused on providing you and your business with the highest level of legal service in a cost-effective manner.

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Serving Rome as City Attorneys for over 45 years.
Since 1975, our firm has been focused on providing you the highest level of legal service in a cost-effective manner.

Partners Bob Berry and Stephen Moseley successfully defended a hospital and three of its nurses in a medical malpractice trial in the Superior Court of Catoosa County, Ga.

Berry, Moseley successfully defend medical malpractice case ... read more

Brinson Askew Berry partner Andy Davis is attorney for the Rome-Floyd County Development Authority and was a part of the historic agreement made between RFCDA and the Development Authority of Floyd County to share PILOT fees in lieu of collecting property taxes over the next three years. The program should help attract industries to the community.

PILOT fees promoting economic growth in Floyd County ... read more

In a record verdict, a Floyd County man was recently awarded $8.6 million in damages by a Floyd County Superior Court jury. Brinson Askew Berry’s Bob Berry served as the local attorney in the case, partnering with lead attorney Michael Werner of The Werner Law Firm.

Berry Assists in Record-Breaking Civil Suit ... read more

Brinson Askew Berry partners Andy Davis and Sam Lucas represented GMA, GIRMA, the City of Rome and Rome police officers in a suit brought against a City of Rome police officer, who was accused of wrongfully arresting a suspect in a local pawn store theft.

Lucas, Davis Secure Successful Verdict for City of Rome in Wrongful Arrest Suit ... read more

After close to seven months of negotiation, the Rome Floyd County Development Authority and the Development Authority of Floyd County reached an agreement to share Payment in Lieu of Taxes receipts.

Revenue Sharing Agreement Reached Between Local Development Authorities ... read more

Brinson Askew Berry partners Frank Beacham and Sam Lucas are involved in the appeal of a case in the Eleventh Circuit that may have repercussions for copyright cases across the country. 

Beacham, Lucas work on potentially landmark copyright case ... read more

J. Anderon "Andy" Davis celebrates 30 years at Brinson, Askew, Berry, Seigler, Richardson & Davis. 

Andy Davis Celebrates 30th Anniversary with Brinson Askew Berry ... read more

Brinson Askew Berry partners Andy Davis and Sam Lucas successfully argued a case in U.S. District Court Monday ending the federal civil case against Rome, Floyd County, the recreation authority, RFPRA Executive Director Richard Garland and Rome police detective Chris Arrington. 

Federal Judge dismisses case against city, county ... read more

Brinson Askew Berry partner Frank Beacham will present at the Greater Rome Society of Human Resource Management Fall Seminar at the Coosa Country Club on Tuesday, Oct. 14.

Beacham Presents at Greater Rome SHRM Seminar Oct. 14 ... read more

Brinson Askew Berry partner Robert L. Berry, a 1964 Darlington School graduate, was named 2014 Distinguished Alumnus during the school's alumni weekend festivities Sept. 26.

Berry named Darlington's 2014 Distinguished Alumnus ... read more

Robert Berry and J. Anderson Davis, partners at Brinson, Askew, Berry, Seigler, Richardson & Davis, have been chosen for inclusion in two categories in The Best Lawyers in America® 2015 publication.

Best Lawyers in America Honors Berry and Davis ... read more

UPDATE: In September 2014, the Georgia Supreme Court ruled they were not going to review the Court of Appeals' decision.The case will go back to trial as the trial court's summary judgment was overturned. 

Frank Beacham, Lee Carter, Sam Lucas and Hon. Normal Fletcher won their appeal on behalf of a former sandblaster diagnosed with silicosis. 

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We were excited to help sponsor this very successful event for the Sexual Assault Center of Northwest Georgia, and we're thankful that partner Frank Beacham serves on the board!

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Partners Bob Berry and Stephen Moseley successfully defended Hutcheson Medical Center and three of its nurses in a medical-malpractice trial in Catoosa County, Georgia.

 

Berry, Moseley win medical malpractice case ... read more

Thomas D. Richardson, a partner with Brinson, Askew, Berry, Seigler, Richardson & Davis, LLP, has accepted an invitation to become a Master of the Bench in the inaugural class of the W. Homer Drake, Jr. Georgia Bankruptcy American Inn of Court.

Brinson Askew Berry Partner Thomas Richardson Accepts Inn of Court Invitation ... read more

Stewart Duggan, Frank Beacham, Sam Lucas, and Lee Carter obtained an important ruling from the Georgia Court of Appeals reversing the trial court's grant of summary judgment in favor of several defendants and construction contractors.  

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Members of Brinson Askew Berry’s appellate team, Norman Fletcher and Lee Carter, represented Paulding County and the Airport Authority before the Supreme Court.  

Georgia high court affirms bond validation for Paulding County Airport expansion ... read more
Brinson Askew Berry celebrated the retirement of our friend and long-time colleague John Bennett this week. For 30 years he served as City Manager, and we served by his side as City Attorney. Thanks John - you will be missed!

Partners King Askew, Stewart Duggan, and David Brearley secured an important school-law ruling on behalf of the Floyd County Board of Education on June 17, 2014, which order reversed the decision of the State Board of Education (SBOE) and upheld the decision of the local board of education in a personnel matter.  

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 Brinson Askew Berry is excited to be a sponsor of the celebration of former First Lady and Rome native Ellen Axson Wilson.

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