Brett has represented clients in consumer class actions, catastrophic losses, and high-profile multidistrict litigation in a variety of industries, including manufacturing, telecommunications, automotive, and technology. He offers strategic counseling  from case inception through trial, including complex discovery issues, major dispositive motions, tactical trial preparation, and, when appropriate, thoughtful resolution of cases. Brett has practiced in courts throughout the United States and for several years served on the national coordinating counsel team for a large mass tort defendant.  

Brett also has experience both developing and deposing experts on complex and novel scientific issues. Recognizing the interplay between product liability, technology, and science, he has a keen interest in legal developments in this fast-paced area of law.  

In addition to his product liability work, Brett has advised and defended clients on a number of compliance issues involving the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Brett has represented multiple clients against allegations of non-compliance with Title III of the ADA concerning website access for visually impaired individuals. He has also advised clients when website remediation is needed following resolution of the matter. Brett has experience in all facets of eDiscovery, including document collections, negotiation of ESI protocols, review strategy, and in the oversight of productions.

Brett's breadth of knowledge makes him a thoughtful and experienced adviser, negotiator, and advocate for his clients.