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Davis Named to Magistrate Judge Merit Selection Panel

Davis Named to Magistrate Judge Merit Selection Panel

Brinson Askew Berry partner Andy Davis has been appointed to the Magistrate Judge Merit Selection Panel by the judges of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia.

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Moseley and Berry Obtain Defense Verdict in Superior Court of Floyd County

Moseley and Berry Obtain Defense Verdict in Superior Court of Floyd County

Brinson Askew Berry partners Stephen Moseley and Bob Berry recently obtained a defense verdict for their client, a cardiothoracic surgeon, after a six-day jury trial in the Superior Court of Floyd County.

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Duggan and Richardson Advise and Close LaGrange Housing Authority’s First LIHTC Affordable-Housing Development

Duggan and Richardson Advise and Close LaGrange Housing Authority’s First LIHTC Affordable-Housing Development

Stewart Duggan and William Richardson, partners with Brinson Askew Berry’s Public and Affordable housing group, advised and guided the City of LaGrange Housing Authority through a successful close of its first Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) conversion and low-income-housing-tax-credit (LIHTC) development. 

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Duggan Conducts Fair Housing Training at Annual Fair Housing Symposium

Duggan Conducts Fair Housing Training at Annual Fair Housing Symposium

Brinson Askew Berry partner Stewart Duggan conducted Fair Housing Law training at the Annual Fair Housing Symposium on April 17 for the Floyd County Landlord’s Association and for Northwest Georgia Housing Authority’s property managers, directors, and other persons involved in affordable housing.

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U.S. Supreme Court Will Not Hear Case Involving Brinson Askew Berry Client

U.S. Supreme Court Will Not Hear Case Involving Brinson Askew Berry Client

The U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear a case concerning Brinson Askew Berry client the City of Calhoun’s policy on bail for misdemeanor offenses, upholding the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals ruling that the current policy is constitutional, the Rome News-Tribune reported.

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Duggan Receives Highest Awards from Martindale-Hubbell

Duggan Receives Highest Awards from Martindale-Hubbell

Brinson Askew Berry partner I. Stewart Duggan was recently awarded the Platinum Client Champion Award by Martindale-Hubbell, its highest designation for client satisfaction.

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Duggan Conducts Board Governance Training for Fulton County Housing Authority

Duggan Conducts Board Governance Training for Fulton County Housing Authority

Brinson Askew Berry partner I. Stewart Duggan conducted Board Governance Training to members of Fulton County Housing Authority’s Board of Commissioners and various directors during the housing authority’s Board Retreat held in March.

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Rome-Floyd County Development Authority to Be Lead Agency for New Industry Recruitment

Rome-Floyd County Development Authority to Be Lead Agency for New Industry Recruitment

The Rome-Floyd County Development Authority will take the lead role in recruiting new industry to the area after ratifying an intergovernmental agreement with Rome and Floyd County, the Rome News-Tribune reported.

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Cave Spring Will Be Updating Alcohol Ordinances After Voters Approve Liquor Sales

Cave Spring Will Be Updating Alcohol Ordinances After Voters Approve Liquor Sales

Cave Spring voters overwhelmingly approved liquor sales Tuesday, clearing the way for a micro-distillery in a historic building in the heart of the city, according to an article in the Rome News-Tribune.

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Rome Adopts Regulations for Sexually Oriented Businesses

Rome Adopts Regulations for Sexually Oriented Businesses

The Rome City Commission has enacted an ordinance governing sexually-oriented businesses in a series of special called meetings, the Rome News-Tribune reported on Wednesday.

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Court of Appeals Uphold Ruling in Favor of Catoosa County News

Court of Appeals Uphold Ruling in Favor of Catoosa County News

Brinson Askew Berry partners Frank Beacham III and Bob Berry Jr. successfully represented the Catoosa County News before the Georgia Court of Appeals. 

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Cave Spring Reviewing Additions to Alcohol Ordinance If Sale of Distilled Spirits Measure Passes

Cave Spring Reviewing Additions to Alcohol Ordinance If Sale of Distilled Spirits Measure Passes

Brinson Askew Berry partner and Cave Spring City Attorney Frank Beacham III is advising the city as it reviews additions to its alcohol ordinance if voters approve the sale of distilled spirits on March 19.

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Former Chief Justice Norman S. Fletcher’s Portrait Unveiled

Former Georgia Supreme Court Chief Justice Norman S. Fletcher, who has been Of Counsel with Brinson Askew Berry since 2005, was honored with the unveiling of his portrait that will be displayed at the University of Georgia Law School.

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