June 26, 2019

MSP is honored to announce that Partner Brian Bojo was conferred an LLM in Taxation by New York University School of Law in New York, New York on May 23, 2019. An LLM is a Master of Laws and is obtained by those select few attorneys who wish to pursue a specialized legal field after completing law school. New York University School of Law boasts the #1 ranked tax law program in the country with a very low acceptance rate. During this program, Brian focused on issued related to estate & gift tax, income tax of trusts & estates, generational transfer of business interests, nonprofit organizations, and charitable giving.

Brian focuses his practice on working with families on estate planning and small business succession planning, and enjoys creating unique estate plans that reflect a family’s values, enhance family legacy, preserve assets, and minimize taxes, both during life, after death, and often for many years beyond.

Brian is part of what makes MSP a full service law firm able to help you with any legal need. If you need legal help of any kind, give us a call at (706) 291-6223.

June 20, 2019

This week MSP, among other local firms, sponsored a reception and fundraiser to benefit the candidacy of our local Municipal Court Judge Bryan Johnson. Judge Johnson, who is now running for Floyd County Superior Court Judge, gave a heartfelt speech about the role of the court system to safeguard the rights of all citizens without regard to position, wealth or influence. Pictured left to right are Ben Stell, Jule Peek, Judge Bryan Johnson, Ret. Justice Norman Fletcher (of Brinson Askew), and Chris Jackson.

June 3, 2019

Rob Monroe has settled yet another workers compensation claim against a local resort for $95,000 lump sum after his client, a banquet server, injured his shoulder and neck carrying heavy trays of plates and glassware. Rob’s client eventually had to undergo surgery with a specialist at Emory to correct a suprascapular nerve entrapment in the shoulder. The employer fought the claim from the beginning and refused to pay Rob’s client any income benefits or pay any medical expenses, contending that the injury was not related to the client’s job. That’s when Rob got involved and ultimately forced the employer to compensate his client for lost wages and all related medical expenses.