The story of Isaac Wiles is a chronicle of two well-established Columbus firms who took similar parallel paths for decades before forming a perfect union.
Isaac Brant Ledman & Teetor LLP and Wiles Boyle Burkholder & Bringardner Co. LPA were established near the close of the Great Depression and the beginning of World War II.
At the helm of Isaac Brant were prominent members of city and state government, beginning a tradition of serving governments and public services that exists to this day.
Wiles Boyle originally focused on the intricacies of insurance defense before branching out to other businesses.
Both firms shared a similar reputation for no-nonsense, cost-effective, pragmatic representation, which made for a natural fit when the two merged to form a highly competitive, middle-market focused firm in 2013.