Brendan has dedicated his career to fighting for victims harmed by dangerous products and corporate wrongdoing. While practicing in New York City, Brendan represented children suffering from psychological injuries due to lead paint poisoning. He also represented multiple whistleblowers who assisted the government in recovering over $164 million in civil penalties from corporate wrongdoers who defrauded taxpayers. Brendan was also honored to be part of the legal team representing children harmed by lead poisoning as a result of Flint, Michigan water crisis, which eventually resulted in a settlement in excess of $600 million for the children of Flint.
Brendan moved to Seattle in 2019, where he represents victims of defective and dangerous products, including asbestos. He has helped clients suffering from mesothelioma recover tens of millions of dollars in settlements and was part the trial team that obtained a $4.25 million verdict on behalf of a victim of mesothelioma in 2019.
Brendan graduated with honors from Washington University School of Law in St. Louis. Following law school, Brendan completed a two-year clerkship with U.S. District Judge Carol E. Jackson in the Eastern District of Missouri. Outside of work, Brendan enjoys spending time with his wife and two young children.
- Washington University School of Law (St. Louis), J.D., 2010, cum laude
- Associate Editor, Journal of Law and Policy
- University of Washington, B.S. Economics, 2006
- Washington State Bar Association
- American Association for Justice
- Taxpayers Against Fraud
- Tacoma Pierce County Bar Association
- Washington State Association for Justice
- Naval Historical Foundation
- Super Lawyers Rising Star 2019 (New York), 2021 (Seattle)
- New York
- New Jersey