As a senior associate in the Houston and Denver litigation groups at Hogan Lovells, Lacy Brown works primarily on government investigations, complex commercial litigation, and cross-border disputes, particularly in the energy and health care industries. She assists clients in all stages of litigation, including case assessment, factual investigation, electronic discovery, depositions, dispositive motions, mediation, and trial preparation.

Lacy is also active in the firm's pro bono program. She's worked with Kids in Need of Defense, helping juveniles in federal immigration proceedings; Freedom Now, representing prisoners of conscience; and the American Civil Liberties Union, pursuing criminal defense reform.

While in law school, Lacy served as an editor of the Baylor Law Review. She was also a semi-finalist in the Emory Civil Rights and Liberties Moot Court Competition.

Education and admissions


J.D., Baylor University School of Law, magna cum laude, 2012

B.S., Lamar University, summa cum laude, 2008

Bar admissions and qualifications



Court admissions

U.S. District Court, Southern District of Texas

Representative experience

Representing healthcare company in false claims act litigation.

Representing healthcare company in multi-faceted internal compliance investigation.

Representing pharmaceutical company in a qui tam false claims suit.

Represented Nigerian exploration and production company in a breach of contract dispute arising out of Nigeria.

Represented automated voting system marketer in a cross-border commercial licensing dispute.

Represented independent exploration and production company in a royalty dispute arising out of interest in Equatorial Guinea.

Represented medical research facility in an employment and breach of contract dispute.

Represented exploration and production company in two consolidated suits arising out of a gas supply chain in Western Australia.

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