a rich & Established
More Than 130 Years of Experience
Bouhan Falligant is proud of our legacy of providing excellent legal service to clients throughout the Southeast and beyond for over 130 years. It is the successor firm to Bouhan, Williams & Levy LLP and Inglesby, Falligant, Horne, Courington & Chisholm P.C.
Over the years, Bouhan Falligant has witnessed our share of changes and has always emerged stronger and with greater resolve. The firm continues our tradition of providing a complete and diverse offering of legal services to our clients. Whether for individuals or business organizations, Bouhan Falligant will always offer a unique combination of time-tested experience from veteran attorneys and the innovation of younger members, providing clients with the distinct advantage that, as history has proven, will stand the test of time.
view full history
W.W. Osborne and Pope Barrow Form a Partnership
W. W. Osborne enters into a partnership with Alexander Lawrence.
Edmund H. Abrahams admitted to the Firm
John J. Bouhan and David S. Atkinson form Bouhan Atkinson.
Osborne, Lawrence & Abrahams merges with Bouhan & Atkinson.
David S. Atkinson Becomes Superior Court Judge
George W. Williams joins the Firm.
B.H. Levy joins the Firm.
Alexander A. Lawrence Becomes United States District Court Judge.
Bouhan, Williams & Levy moves into the Armstrong House.
Frank “Sonny” Seiler Represents Jim Williams in the famous murder case depicted in Midnight and the Garden of Good and Evil
Inglesby, Falligant, Horne, Courington & Chisholm Found New Firm
Bouhan, Williams & Levy LLP merges with Inglesby, Falligant, Horne, Courington & Chisholm P.C. to create Bouhan Falligant LLP
Bouhan Falligant LLP Moves to One West Park.
Benjamin W. Karpf Elected Superior Court Judge