Defended a bank's directors and officers in a class action and derivative suit alleging claims over US$100m.
Justin S. Brenner
Justin Brenner is a corporate litigator who solves problems involving corporate governance or financial issues. Whether it's a dispute between business partners, a complaint by shareholders, or any matter involving a company's finances, Justin can provide insight, solutions, and — when necessary — aggressive prosecution or defense of claims.
Justin's experience with both sides of claims — plaintiff and defense — gives him broad insight into how to pursue complex litigation. His degree in finance provides the background he needs to understand the complicated financial components of governance issues. His financial background also helps him quickly understand the scope of a client's problem and how to resolve it with the best results for the client's overall business.
Justin is a trained litigator in the broad field of complex commercial litigation, having spent his legal career addressing complex corporate matters. He has experience in the state and federal courts, at the trial and appellate levels, and in matters involving government agencies like the SEC and FTC.
Represented minority shareholder asserting claims against majority shareholder, including improper equity dilution and breach of voting agreement.
Represented foreign currency exchange trading platform against Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations claims brought by defrauded investors.
Represented CFO/holder of option for 10% ownership stake in car dealerships in corporate governance dispute with estate of former owner of dealerships.