Brandon has broad experience representing professionals. The majority of Brandon’s practice is devoted to defending architects, engineers, and accountants in malpractice litigation before Virginia’s state and federal trial courts. In addition to his litigation and trial experience, Brandon also advises and represents professionals in other matters affecting their business such as licensure issues, copyright issues, defense of enforcement actions by government agencies (including Virginia’s Department of Professional Regulation and the PCAOB), and negotiating professional services agreements.
Brandon earned his B.S. in Architecture from the Georgia Institute of Technology. Before law school, he spent four years working in the Higher Education Section of an award-winning Richmond architecture firm, where he was actively involved in the design and construction administration of public and private structures varying in size from 10,000 to 85,000 square feet. During that time, he received his Construction Documents Technology (CDT) certification from the Construction Specifications Institute.
Brandon earned his J.D. from the College of William & Mary, where he served as the Managing Editor of the William and Mary Law Review, a Dean’s Associate, and a Center for Legal and Court Technology (CLCT) Fellow. While in law school, he was published by the William and Mary Law Review and recognized as a finalist in the ABA Forum on the Construction Industry’s 2012 Law Student Writing Competition. In addition to working as a summer associate at Vandeventer Black, Brandon also interned with the Construction Section of the Civil Litigation Division at the Office of the Attorney General of Virginia.