Brett’s practice at Keller Postman is focused on prosecuting mass-tort and class action claims. He is involved in discovery and litigation strategy as well as dispositive motion practice and appellate preparation. He is currently involved in litigation against Meta Platforms, Inc. arising out of its violation of Texas law in wrongfully capturing the biometric data of Facebook users without their informed consent.
Prior to joining Keller Postman, Brett was a partner at Wilson Elser, an AmLaw200 litigation firm. He handled high-profile and high-exposure matters from pre-suit through resolution, and secured a jury verdict for his clients in the first post-Covid trial in his office. Prior to Wilson Elser, Brett served as a partner for a regional law firm where he tried several cases to verdict and handled multiple appeals. Brett has regularly been recognized as a Top Rated Litigation Attorney and Rising Star, and brings extensive courtroom experience to Keller Postman.
Brett served as a judicial extern/clerk for the Honorable Judge William Bedsworth of the California Court of Appeal, 4th District, Division Three. Brett is a graduate of the Dale E. Fowler School of Law at Chapman University, where he served as the President of the Mock Trial Team and the Jewish Law Students’ Association. During law school, Brett won the American Bar Association’s National Arbitration Competition, and graduated with an emphasis in Advocacy & Dispute Resolution. Brett earned his Bachelor’s Degree, Cum Laude, with Honors, from the University of Hampshire.
"After securing a settlement on behalf of a family who’d lost their father and husband due to a defective product, I was able to look each of those family members in the eye and know honestly that while we could never undo the loss, we’d gotten them what they asked for and deserved."