Upon graduation from law school, Brian began his career in the Oklahoma County Public Defender’s Office. Brian had worked as a legally licensed intern prior to becoming a lawyer, handling misdemeanor cases and felony revocation cases, negotiating plea bargains, and participating in revocation hearings on behalf of his clients. When he became a licensed attorney, Brian began handling felony cases, and tried his first felony criminal trial, 1st Chair, shortly after becoming licensed. In his first trial, Brian represented a client who was charged with robbery of a bank. During his time with the Public Defender’s Office, Brian gained valuable knowledge and insight into courtroom practices, and argued at many hearings on behalf of his clients.
From there, Brian went on to work as in-house counsel for Farmers Insurance as a trial attorney. Brian tried 26 solo jury trials as a trial attorney for Farmers, and obtained numerous defense verdicts on behalf of his clients. As in-house counsel, Brian conducted hundreds of depositions, prepared various motions, and argued on behalf of his clients in many hearings. Brian worked on a variety of cases as well while in-house counsel, including automobile accidents, slip and falls, construction defects, and other commercial litigation cases.
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