Augusta, GA (PRWEB) May 13, 2013
The Augusta Sports Council (ASC) is pleased to report that Hull Barrett, PC is this years Pillar Award winner. The award was handed out at the Greater Augusta Medals for Excellence in Sports (G.A.M.E.S.) Awards Banquet on Tuesday, May 7, 2013.
The Pillar Award was created to honor a group or individual that represents the highest standard of community service. Doug Batchelor, long-time ASC Board Member, accepted the award on behalf of the practice.
Brinsley Thigpen, ASC CEO, says, This years recipient has not only contributed countless hours of time and energy to the Augusta Sports Council, but their employees and company are always involved in community groups throughout the Augusta Area. Its hard to find a strong non-profit, like ours, that Hull Barrett Attorneys has not supported through volunteer hours or participation in events.
Past recipients include the Usry Family, Jim and Joyce Hodges-Hite and SORBA-CSRA.
About Hull Barrett, PC
Founded in 1916, Hull Barrett, PC is a full service law firm with 28 attorneys practicing in Augusta and Evans, Georgia, and Aiken, South Carolina. The firm is engaged in a general civil practice providing a broad range of legal services with an emphasis on general litigation, trials and appeals; securities and corporate law; mergers, acquisitions and public offerings; local government law and eminent domain actions; health care; intellectual property; taxation; public finance; commercial real estate; construction law and disputes; employment law; banking law; insurance law; trusts, estate planning and probate; First Amendment and media law; medical malpractice defense and environmental matters. Hull Barrett represents a broad client base of major corporations, small businesses, professional entities, financial and lending institutions, local governments, public authorities, public utilities, railroad companies, insurance companies, health care institutions and individuals.
Hull Barrett, PC is a member of the International Society of Primerus Law Firms.