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Brinson Askew Berry partner Stewart Duggan was retained by a Polk County government employee in connection with the employee having been summarily terminated, without notice, by Polk County Juvenile Court Judge Laura Wheale. 

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Stewart Duggan, partner with Brinson Askew Berry’s Public and Affordable Housing Group, was again invited to present and to provide training to housing authority staff, executive directors, and board commissioners, at the Georgia Association of Housing and Redevelopment Authorities (GAHRA) Fall Conference held at the Savannah Marriott Riverfront Convention Center on Sept. 16.

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Brinson Askew Berry partner David Brearley has been appointed chairman of the Heart of the Community Foundation Board of Governors for 2019-2020.

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Brinson Askew Berry attorneys Andy Davis and Sarah Martin successfully defended Clean Water Act claims, along with King & Spalding attorneys Douglas Henderson and Nicholas Howell. 

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More than 50 million prescription pain pills were supplied in Floyd County during the seven years from 2006 to 2012, according to evidence in a class-action lawsuit against opioid manufacturers and distributors playing out in an Ohio federal district court. The 50,461,515 hydrocodone and oxycodone pills went to pharmacies around the county, which had a ... read more

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Stewart Duggan and William Richardson, partners with Brinson Askew Berry’s Public and Affordable Housing Group, represented, advised, and handled Northwest Georgia Housing Authority’s closings on two (2) new RAD (Rental Assistance Demonstration)  conversions.

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Recently released federal data show that drug manufacturers and distributors increased shipments of opioid painkillers the addiction crisis accelerated.

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Rome and Floyd County government and law enforcement officials worked together to let drug dealers know there is zero tolerance for drug dealing, demolishing a known drug house, according to the Rome News-Tribune.

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A lawsuit against opioid manufacturers and distributors filed by local governments including Rome, Floyd County and several other northwest Georgia governments could be affected by an Aug. 6 hearing.

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Brinson Askew Berry believes in being committed to the community. The Boy Scouts are one group that members of the firm have been involved with for a long time.

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