Brianna represents plaintiffs and defendants at all stages of complex commercial litigation. She has particular experience in antitrust, capital markets, and cross border litigation.
Brianna’s recent experience includes representing institutional investors in connection with appraisal litigation in the Cayman Islands and Japan, including in precedent-setting Section 1782 discovery proceedings in federal courts across the United States.
Brianna formerly clerked for Judge Charles R. Wilson of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit.
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