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

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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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 Bob Berry has been elected chairman of Greater Community Bank, formerly Greater Rome Bank. 

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Brinson Askew Berry partner Stewart Duggan spoke at the 2014 Fair Housing Symposium hosted by the Appalachian Housing and Redevelopment Corporation of Rome April 30.

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Partners Andy Davis, Sam Lucas, and Lee Carter secured an important ruling from the Georgia Court of Appeals on March 6th, which provides parent holding companies significant protection from lawsuits involving subsidiaries that the parent does not control.

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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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Bob Brinson, King Askew, Bob Berry and Andy Davis have been named Georgia Super Lawyers for 2014.

 

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Brinson Askew Berry's Andy Davis, Frank Beacham and Alix Warren successfully defended the City of LaFayette in a claim of negligence for a sewer backup.  The trial court entered judgment in favor of the City, and the Georgia Court of Appeals affirmed the decision.

 

 

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Andy Davis, partner at Brinson Askew Berry and Rome city attorney, spoke at the naturalization ceremony for 52 candidates for U.S. citizenship.

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On Friday, Feb. 28, 2014, the Georgia Court of Appeals sent us all a warning:  keep poor copies of notes and guaranties at your own risk.  

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Brinson Askew Berry's J. Anderson (Andy) Davis was named to Georgia's Top-Rated Lawyers list. 

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Heart Walk raised $3,000 for Heart of the Community Foundation. Brinson Askew Berry's Mark Webb is chairman of the board this year. 

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Brinson Askew Berry's Lee Carter won a summary judgment for a regional bank in Haralson County Superior Court.

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Pictures of Brinson Askew & Berry during the latest snowstorm.

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Partner Stewart Duggan defended a medical clinic against a former employee's employment claims alleging breach of contract.

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Brinson, Askew, Berry, Seigler, Richardson & Davis, a longstanding fixture in Northwest Georgia’s legal community, has named David M. Brearley and Lee B. Carter as partners in the firm.

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Brinson, Askew, Berry, Seigler, Richardson & Davis attorneys J. Anderson Davis and Samuel L. Lucas won a judgment in favor of the City of Dallas and Police Chief Scott L. Halter in U.S. District Court, Northern District of Georgia, Rome Division. Davis and Lucas, attorneys in the firm’s Municipal Government Litigation division, defended the City ... read more

Brinson, Askew, Berry, Seigler, Richardson & Davis assisted its client the Rome-Floyd Development Authority in developing a bond resolution that allows Mohawk Industries to reinvest $31 million at a former yarn spinning plant and retain more than 230 jobs in Rome. 

 

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