Brown Law represents businesses and individuals in major transactions and high stakes litigation.

Our primary clients are in the real estate, telecommunications, entertainment, and healthcare industries.


Peer-selected as one of the Best Lawyers in America for the practice areas of Commercial Litigation and Appellate Practice.

Mr. Brown has practiced law for 30 years. He has represented Forbes-listed individuals, Fortune-listed companies, a State Governor, and a former White House Deputy Chief of Staff. He regularly handles transactions and disputes with a value over $10 million, including a $55 million settlement for a Fortune 75 company.  

Mr. Brown has experience in matters involving real estate, banking, insurance, telecommunications, healthcare, energy, gaming, software, toxic tort, and entertainment law. He has won jury trials in state and federal court. In addition to the private practice of law, Mr. Brown has served as Assistant Attorney General, Special Prosecutor, and Adjunct Professor of Trial Practice.

Mr. Brown accepts new clients by referral only.



Business: Confidential settlement of $100 million enterprise software dispute.

Governmental: Ruling declaring state senate districts unconstitutional.  New York Times article

Regulatory: Public Service Commission barred from advocating against client at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. News Coverage

Bankruptcy: Denial of bankruptcy reorganization in favor of creditors with $2.76 million claim. News coverage

Securities: $1.25 million judgment for securities fraud.

Construction: Confidential settlement of Miller Act claims for construction of U.S. Army Reserve Center.

Business: $791,000 judgment for partner expelled from real estate company.

Finance: $100,000 settlement paid by national bank for irregularities in commercial transactions.


Finance: Dismissal (no liability) of lawsuit against commercial guarantor sued for $15 million.

Tort: Jury verdict (no liability) in favor of CEO sued on whistleblower and gender discrimination claims. News Coverage

Regulatory: Defense judgment (no liability) in favor of energy company facing $1.4 million regulatory fine.

Tort: Dismissal (no liability) of toxic tort lawsuit against owner of former lumber mill.

Business: Dismissal (no liability) of consumer class action against retailer.

Business: Dismissal (no liability) of breach of contract lawsuit against surgical center.