COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA – Wm. Bert Brannon, a partner at Callison Tighe & Robinson, has been named Lawyer of the Year in Litigation – Trusts and Estates in the latest edition of “Best Lawyers in America.”
A South Carolina Supreme Court Certified Specialist in Estate Planning and Probate Law, Brannon assists clients with all stages of the business life cycle, from planning and creation to succession planning. His estate planning experience is invaluable to clients who find that business issues are flowing naturally into personal matters.
Brannon is among 10 Callison Tighe attorneys who were recognized across a wide range of practice areas in the latest edition of “Best Lawyers in America,” a peer-reviewed national directory to the legal profession.
In order to be considered for inclusion, attorneys must first be nominated by a peer. Next, attorneys in the same practice area and city evaluate each nominee. Those results are combined with independent research to determine who is included in the publication. The Lawyer of the Year award goes to the attorney who receives the highest overall peer feedback.
This marks the third consecutive year a Callison Tighe attorney has earned top honors in the Columbia area. Founding partner Mike Tighe was honored in the 2018 edition, while Tighe and Louis Lang both were Lawyers of the Year in the 2017 edition.
About Callison Tighe & Robinson, LLC
The attorneys of Callison Tighe & Robinson, LLC practice in areas including trials and appeals in all state and federal courts in South Carolina; Alternative Dispute Resolution; Appellate Practice; Banking and Commercial Finance; Business Organizations; Financial Services, Creditor Rights and Bankruptcy; General Litigation; Commercial Real Estate; Regulatory Law; Government Law; Tax, Probate, Trusts and Estates; Personal Injury Litigation; Title Insurance Litigation; and Workers' Compensation.
For more information, visit callisontighe.com.
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