Troy S. Brown

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J.D., Harvard Law School, 2003

M.P.A., Harvard University's JFK School of Government, 2003

B.A., summa cum laude, Morgan State University, 1999


Maryland, 2016

Georgia, 2004

Court Admissions

U.S. Supreme Court (2018)

Northern District of Georgia (2004) 


Troy S. Brown, Legal Political Moral Hazard: Does the Dodd-Frank Act End Too Big To Fail?, Alabama Civil Rights & Civil Liberties Law Review (3).

Troy S. Brown, Cleaning Up Oil Spill Liability Through Commercial Quasi-Property Rights.

Professional Affiliations

Gate City Bar Association

American Bar Association (ABA)

American Inns of Court

Alpha Phi Alpha, Inc.


With nearly fifteen years as a lawyer, Troy has practiced at the highest levels of the legal profession serving individuals and companies of all sizes in civil litigation, criminal defense, government investigations,as well as family matters & estate planning.

As an experienced practitioner and former legal ethics professor, Troy does not merely “represent” his clients, he embraces them his with compassion, strategic insight, and the tireless zeal necessary to champion their needs.

A lawyer and scholar, Troy brings to bear the wisdom and diverse skills developed through his background as an attorney with the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission’s Asset Management Unit, a former associate at McGuireWoods, LLP representing clients in intellectual property and complex commercial litigation, including franchisors, Fortune 500 companies, and major financial institutions in a broad range of litigation matters, as well as his background as an associate professor of law at Michigan State University College of Law and visiting professor at Vytautas Magnus University Law School. Troy still provides presentations on comparative ethics.

Troy has consistently obtained positive results for clients in high-stakes matters such as

  • Commercial litigation, including federal and state, shareholder and derivative actions, intellectual property matters, corporate dissolution actions, class actions, products and general tort liability, insurance coverage matters, and litigation brought by government agencies;

  • Federal criminal and enforcement investigations and prosecutions alleging business fraud, securities fraud, and compliance issues; 

  • Employment litigation, involving federal and state Constitutional issues;

  • Domestic and family litigation, including estate and divorce state matters

Representative Matters

  • Negotiated numerous settlements in general and complex corporate litigations, involving corporate dissolution, construction and material man disputes, tax liability; and tort and contractual liability;

  • Negotiated settlements in employment cases against major retailers;

  • Represented clients in several high dollar estate and family law disputes