• California Western School of Law (JD)
  • Kenyon College (BA)

Bar Admissions

  • California
  • Nevada

Brandon’s practice is focused on employment law and trade secrets. His litigation work is focused in the areas of trade secrets, employee mobility, wage and hour, discrimination, harassment, wrongful termination, contracts, and unfair competition. He also counsels his clients on a wide range of employment-related issues, including protection of trade secrets, employee mobility, hiring and terminating employees, wage and hour compliance, worker classification, harassment, discrimination, leaves of absence, and reductions in force, among others. He conducts workplace investigations for employers and performs nondiscrimination and nonharassment training for management personnel. 

As part of his counseling practice, Brandon drafts and reviews proprietary information agreements, offer letters, employment agreements, executive agreements, independent contractor agreements, and personnel policies to ensure compliance with and maximum protection under the law. For clients involved in mergers, acquisitions, or capital financing, he provides counsel with respect to the protection of trade secrets, noncompetition and employment-related issues, to make sure these issues do not adversely impact the business transaction. 

Brandon is a speaker on various employment-related topics and has been a guest speaker for employment law and human resources management classes at local San Diego universities and colleges.

Prior to joining Mintz Levin, Brandon was an associate at another prominent intellectual property law firm. After graduating from law school, Brandon served as law clerk to the Honorable James F. Stiven of the US District Court for the Southern District of California. While in law school, Brandon received the Award for Academic Excellence in Trial Practice, and was a member of the Roger J. Traynor Moot Court Team.