Bennett Thrasher LLP is proud to announce the Daily Report has named it “Best Of 2018” in nine categories. Bennett Thrasher won in the category for Best Full-Service Accounting firm for the seventh consecutive year and in the category for Best Forensic Accounting Firm for the fifth consecutive year. In addition to these consecutive wins, the firm won in the following categories: Overall Expert Witness, Individual Expert Witness – Economic (Robert Taylor), Individual Expert Witness – Economic (Patrick Braley), Forensic Experts, Business Accounting, Litigation Valuation and Wealth Management / Financial Advising. The newspaper is the leading legal publication of metro Atlanta and the state of Georgia, providing news regarding the courts and other issues directly impacting the law profession.

 

The Daily Report’s annual “Best Of” survey was developed in 2011 to help Georgia lawyers identify the products and professional service providers their peers most valued. This year, “Best Of” ballots were sent via email exclusively to licensed attorneys in the Atlanta-Metro area.

 

A full list of the Daily Report’s “Best Of 2018” winners can be found here.

 

About Bennett Thrasher

Bennett Thrasher LLP is one of the country’s largest full-service certified public accounting and consulting firms. The firm creates significant value and a unique positive experience through collaboration — with and between clients, partners, associates and the community. Founded in 1980 by Rick Bennett and Ken Thrasher, Bennett Thrasher today has a dedicated, experienced team of partners and associates who believe in creating value by working “Better Together.” For more information, please visit Bennett Thrasher’s website at http://www.btcpa.net.

 

 About The Daily Report

The Daily Report is the primary source for news about the courts and the business and profession of law for lawyers in metro Atlanta and the state of Georgia. Each business day, the print and online editions of the Daily Report bring readers the essential information they need to know to practice law, keep up with competitors and develop clients. Lawyers across Georgia have depended on news and data from the Daily Report for more than a century.