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. Four 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.
Andy Davis Swears in Assistant Municipal Judge2016
Stewart Duggan presented to 14 Georgia Public Housing Authorities at a GAHRA Mini-Conference held in Rome, Georgia on March 11, 2016
William Richardson recently participated in Darlington School’s fifth annual Leadership Darlington program.
We are proud to sponsor the Georgia Legal History Foundation’s Seminar in Rome on March 3-4.
Brinson Askew Berry’s own Andy Davis was recently featured on Behind Mansion Walls, a TV series on Investigation Discovery, season 3, episode 12, entitled Covet and Kill. This episode tells the story of the murder of Darlene Roberts of Rome, GA ...
Stewart Duggan and King Askew will be presenting at the 2015 Georgia School Board Association’s E. Freeman Leverett School Law Workshop in Atlanta on December 3, 2015, regarding their victory in the Gilda Day v. Floyd County Board of Education case, decided by the Georgia Court of Appeals on July 15, 2015.
Stewart Duggan presented to the Lawrenceville Housing Authority’s Board of Commissioners’ Work Session held at Lake Lanier Islands Resort on November 14, 2015, on topics including HUD/RAD developments, LIHTC developments, and other current fair housing issues.
Stewart Duggan presented on various public and fair housing topics at the 2015 Commissioners and Directors Conference held at Callaway Gardens on October 20, 2015.
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.
The Georgia Court of Appeals agreed with the Firm’s position that that charter school systems are exempt from the Fair Dismissal Act under the plain terms of the Charter Systems Act.
Brinson Askew Berry’s Appellate Practice Group, led by Frank Beacham, Lee Carter, and Norman Fletcher, served as co-counsel in the appeal alongside lead counsel Jenkins & Bowen, P.C.
A long-standing leader in the Georgia legal community, Brinson, Askew, Berry, Seigler, Richardson & Davis, LLP is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year.
Brinson Askew Berry partners Andy Davis and Sam Lucas represented local police officers who were accused of wrongfully arresting a suspect in a local pawn store theft.
Firm partners Mark Webb and Kristy Treadaway represented the beneficiary of a life insurance policy in litigation against an insurance company due to the insurance company’s failure to pay death proceeds.
Partners Andy Davis, Mark Webb, and Kristy Treadaway successfully negotiated a settlement in one of the most horrific wrongful death cases the Firm has seen.
Super Lawyers Magazine has named four Brinson, Askew, Berry, Seigler, Richardson & Davis attorneys to its Georgia Super Lawyers list for 2015.
Brinson Askew Berry would like to congratulate two of our law school clerks from last summer, both of whom were selected as members of the Executive Board of the Georgia Law Review’s 50th Anniversary edition for 2015-2016.
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.
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.
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.