At Keller Postman, Branden focuses his practice on complex product liability cases and mass torts. Currently, Branden is representing plaintiffs in cases involving the heartburn medication Zantac as well as infant-formula related to necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC).
Before joining Keller Postman, Branden was an attorney at Morgan & Morgan, where he represented plaintiffs in state and federal courts throughout the country. Branden developed an expertise in product liability through litigating single-event cases involving a range of consumer and commercial products, including motor vehicles and their component parts, medical devices, and construction equipment.
In his prior role, Branden helped his clients recover tens of millions of dollars in compensation for their injuries. Most notably, Branden was part of a small team that assisted clients injured by Takata airbag inflators by successfully navigating individual lawsuits as well as claims and appeals before the Trustee of the Takata Airbag Tort Compensation Trust Fund.
Branden began his legal career at Carlton Fields. There, Branden represented residential and commercial builders in construction litigation, including a lawsuit involving the canopy structure fabrication, delivery, and installation during the Miami Dolphins stadium renovation.
Branden earned his law degree, with honors, from the University of Florida Levin College of Law. In law school, Branden served as a managing editor of the Florida Law Review. While obtaining his undergraduate degree, Branden played for Florida Southern College’s baseball team.
Branden is licensed to practice law in Florida only.