Mr. Brown represents commercial, agricultural and private lenders, healthcare companies and other businesses in a broad array of transactions and litigation.
His experience includes both in-house and outside counsel roles in loan origination and documentation, regulatory compliance, litigation in state and federal court, receiverships and bankruptcies.
He also represents clients regarding regulatory, lending and litigation issues related to consumer finance.
Mr. Brown is also member of the J. Reuben Clark Law Society’s Religious Freedom Committee.
He represents a variety of clients on religious institution topics and has authored several articles on religious liberties, including: “The Coptic Church in Egypt: A Comment on Protecting Religious Minorities From Non-State Discrimination,”
Brigham Young University Law Review 1049, 2000, and “Jehovah’s Witnesses v. Land Berlin: Requiring Religious Communities Seeking Public Corporation Status in Germany to Satisfy the ‘Meaning and Purpose of Corporation Status’ Test,”Brigham Young University Law Review 673, 1999.
Mr. Brown has also written dozens of columns for various publications, including ABI Journal, Norton Bankruptcy Law Adviser, The National Law Journal, Arizona Attorney, Clark Memorandum, Deseret News and Mormon Times. He also co-wrote a screenplay for a feature length film entitled, “Anxiously Engaged” and enjoys humor writing.