Three Callison Tighe attorneys included in 2020 Super Lawyers

Michael W. Tighe, Demetri “Jim” Koutrakos and Wm. Bert Brannon are included in the latest edition of Super Lawyers, a national directory of attorneys.

Tighe, one of the firm’s founders, is listed in real estate law. Koutrakos is listed in business litigation, and Brannon is included in estate planning and probate law. All three have been listed in Super Lawyers publications numerous times before.

Super Lawyers is an annual guide to attorneys across the country with a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The selection process includes a statewide survey of lawyers, independent research and peer reviews by practice area. According to Super Lawyers, no more than 5 percent of a state’s attorneys are selected each year.

Michael W. Tighe, Demetri “Jim” Koutrakos and Wm. Bert Brannon

More than 13 million copies of the publication are distributed annually, and the listings also are available online. A companion piece, South Carolina Super Lawyers, is distributed to 100,000 readers.

A certified mediator and arbitrator as well as an experienced litigator, Tighe represented title insurers and their insureds, lenders, and major developers in real estate-related cases in state and federal courts in South Carolina. He’s been included in Super Lawyers yearly since 2012.

Koutrakos, first included in Super Lawyers in 2016, focuses his practice on litigating and resolving all types of real property disputes.

Brannon, a certified specialist in estate planning and probate law, has been named to Super Lawyers every year since 2010. His practice also includes business succession planning, trust administration and corporate law.


About Callison Tighe & Robinson, LLC

The attorneys of Callison Tighe & Robinson, LLC practice in areas including trials and appeals in all state and federal courts in South Carolina; Alternative Dispute Resolution; Appellate Practice; Banking and Commercial Finance; Business Organizations; Federal Criminal Law; White Collar Crime; Court-Martial Defense; Commercial Real Estate; Regulatory Law; Government Law; Tax, Probate, Trusts and Estates; Personal Injury Litigation; Title Insurance Litigation; and Workers’ Compensation.
For more information, visit