Kaeley R. Brown represents clients in civil and criminal matters including white collar, securities fraud, and consumer litigation and investigations. She has experience with all stages of litigation including conducting and managing factual investigation, witness preparation, researching and writing motions, and overall trial preparation.
Kaeley has an active pro bono practice that includes matters from the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyer’s Foundation representing domestic violence victims seeking protective orders against their abusers. She is involved in Jones Day’s Firmwide efforts to assist in the unaccompanied minors crisis and the Laredo Project.
She has helped several unaccompanied minors secure orders with the necessary special findings to permit those children to seek Special Immigrant Juvenile Status, which then permits them to obtain lawful permanent residency.
Kaeley is also active in the Atlanta community and serves as vice chair on the Executive Board of the Emerging Leaders Network of CHRIS 180, a community organization focused on providing services to homeless youth.
- Emory University (J.D. with honors 2015);
- The University of Georgia (B.A. in Political Science 2012; B.A. in History 2012)
BAR ADMISSIONS :
- U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia
- Former CEO defends federal criminal investigation involving allegations of potential violations of Anti-Kickback statute
- Global chemical company protects trade secrets, obtains restraining order against former employee
- Cabell cleared to acquire St. Mary’s following dismissal of FTC antitrust lawsuit to block transaction
- Rayonier resolves derivative action claiming breach of fiduciary duties arising from failure to harvest sustainably
- Special litigation committee of board of directors reaches resolution in insider trading investigation
- Jones Day secures predicate order for unaccompanied minor
- Jones Day secures temporary protective order and child support for victim of abuse
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