Brinson, Askew, Berry, Seigler, Richardson & Davis LLP

 Serving All of Georgia
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Client success is what drives Brinson Askew Berry. And it is the foundation of our strong and steady growth since our founding in 1975.

Representing local and regional businesses in their litigation matters in State and Federal Courts is where the firm started. Today, Brinson Askew Berry is proud to represent clients across a wide range of practice areas—from business formation to complex appellate litigation. The firm’s clients include Fortune 500 companies, financial institutions, healthcare companies, local governments, educational institutions, housing authorities, and, of course, individuals. With trial work at the core of the firm’s founding, we are proud to continue that tradition—but with an even deeper bench of seasoned trial attorneys.

Brinson Askew Berry is recognized for its leadership and service to the profession and to the community. We are proud to have received an AV rating, signifying the highest level of professional skill and integrity, from Martindale-Hubbell, the country’s preeminent lawyer rating service. In addition, members of the firm actively participate in State Bar of Georgia and other Bar-related activities while holding positions and devoting time to civic, cultural, political and charitable organizations.

Our attorneys are honored with individual distinctions including three members of the American College of Trial Lawyers; several elected to be members of Inns of Court; four Georgia Super Lawyers, a prestigious list of attorneys selected by peer recognition and professional achievement; and a Georgia Rising Star, recognizing the state’s up-and-coming young lawyers.
At Brinson Askew Berry representing clients throughout North Georgia and metro Atlanta
Brinson Askew Berry established in 1975
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