Michael A. Brown is a Partner in Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP’s Baltimore office, where he has handled cases in 24 different states. Brown has experience in the areas of products liability defense, mass tort litigation, employment law, medical malpractice, and insurance defense, as well as commercial and real estate litigation matters.
In addition to his national clients, Brown also serves as general counsel to numerous local companies and corporations, advising on a variety of matters related to employment and business litigation, real estate issues, and concerns unique to the Baltimore-Washington region. His community service includes serving on the boards of the Baltimore Urban League, Mother Seton Academy, Living Classrooms Foundation, and Walters Art Museum.
Brown is the Foundation Fundraising Chairman for the Homeless Persons Representation Project, chaired former Mayor Martin O’Malley’s Transition Team for Public Safety, and is a former member of the President’s Roundtable.
A Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, Brown has been profiled by Law360 as a Rainmaker and a Minority Powerbroker. The National Law Journal named him in 2014 as a Litigation Trailblazer & Pioneer.