Photo Caption: Briskman & Binion PC law firm staff include: Donald Briskman, Mack Binion, Sarah Dorger, Josh Briskman, Charles Potts, Robert Clute, Pam Herrington, Monica Keith, Alison Schemmer, Bernard Howard, Kimberly Whidden, Tracy Turner, Kelly Brooks and Delana Drummond. Article Content: Firm members: Donald Briskman, Mack Binion, Charles Potts, Josh Briskman, Kim Whidden and Of […]
Josh Briskman, 38 Attorney / Member, Briskman and Binion, P.C. After obtaining his law degree in 2002, Josh began practicing with his father, Donald Briskman, in 2008. Josh has been a part of many high-profile cases and also offers his expertise for the Volunteer Lawyers Program and serves on the board for the Ahavas Chesed Synagogue. Alma […]
Lawyers Sarah Dorger and Mack Binion successfully obtained a ruling from the local Federal Court in Mobile remanding their client’s case back to Alabama State Court. The firm’s client’s case was removed from Alabama State Court to Federal Court earlier this year by one of the defendants who argued that the parties should be realigned […]
The firm was pleased to support the University of South Alabama Mitchell Cancer Institute’s Annual “Celebrate Hope” Gala which occurred on November 15, 2012. The event was geared towards raising funds to support cancer research at the Mitchell Cancer Institute and featured an evening of emphasis on raising awareness of such a vital mission.
The firm is pleased to announce its own Josh Briskman was elected secretary of the Mobile Bar Association at its monthly meeting on November 16, 2012. Josh was nominated and recommended by his peers on the Nominating Committee of the Mobile Bar for such position, and the full membership of the Bar unanimously elected Josh. […]
Sarah Dorger was delighted to attend and support 15 Place’s Annual Fundraising Event, Art Soup, in downtown Mobile. A multi-service center of Mobile, 15 Place’s mission is to proactively combat homelessness by partnering with the community to provide a comprehensive, accessible array of services to empower the homeless to work toward their optimum level of […]
On Friday, March 20, 2015, Briskman & Binion lawyer Charlie Potts, serving as co-counsel with lawyers from the Montgomery, Alabama Beasley Allen firm, led by Principal & Lead Products Liability Attorney, Greg Allen, successfully obtained a jury verdict in the Mobile County Circuit Court of $18.79 Million in damages for their client who was paralyzed from the waist down when he was ejected from the cab of the truck he was driving for his employer.
The Drug Education Council of Mobile held its 17th Annual Luncheon at the Mobile Convention Center on March 11, 2013. The Drug Education Council provides countless services to Mobile and its surrounding communities, including family, youth and individual counseling services, drug education classroom presentations, community-based coalitions, and helping with the underage drinking task force. At […]
The Firm Congratulates Holle Briskman on her receipt of the University of South Alabama’s Distinguished Service Award for 2013. Mrs. Briskman was honored at a dinner at the Mitchell Center on USA’s campus on the evening of March 7, where members of the audience learned of Mrs. Briskman’s tireless efforts to support the Mobile community […]
Dorger appointed to Board of Trustees for United Way of Southwest Alabama. The United Way of Southwest Alabama held its annual meeting at Via on March 21, 2013, where it announced several awards for citizens and corporations who contributed to the United Way’s annual campaign exceeding its 2012 annual goal. After the presentation of the […]
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