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Brian has been an invaluable member of the KPM LAW team since 1994, his commitment having helped solidify and expand the foundation of KPM LAW’s regional defense network. Brian’s practice primarily focuses on the defense of Fortune 500 companies that operate under large self-insured retentions. With bar licenses in four jurisdictions and four strategically located offices, he has built a dedicated team and developed an efficient system that allows him to aggressively defend all matters in a regional practice that covers the entire mid-Atlantic region. As Brian’s practice became more focused on Hospitality, Retail, and Restaurant litigation, he co-founded the National Retail and Restaurant Defense Association (NRRDA) to promote the education and communication channels of industry leaders and counsel. Brian was elected to serve two terms as the association’s first president, and he continues to sit on the NRRDA Board of Directors. Under his leadership, NRRDA became a leader in the Retail and Restaurant sector and now boasts over 600 members. As a testament to his leadership and litigation abilities, Brian is rated A+ by Martindale Hubbell, has been named by Superlawyers in Virginia and West Virginia’s as a leader in Civil Litigation, and is the only Virginia attorney selected to be a member of IALDA, a defense network dedicated to the defense of the Amusements and Leisure industry.
Laner Muchin’s mission is to be the premier law firm concentrating exclusively in the representation of employers in labor relations, employment litigation, employee benefits and business immigration. To fulfill this mission, they continuously strive to satisfy their clients by providing unparalleled service and expertise in these areas. They accomplish their goals by serving in the dual role of lawyers and business advisors who undertake to provide solutions and strategies which demonstrate a clear understanding of each client’s unique business needs. In fulfilling their mission, Laner Muchin stresses the importance of a preventive approach to employment relations. Whenever possible, they seek to provide non-adversarial solutions that make good business sense. Their goal is to help their clients control costly legal fees that can arise in the context of employment litigation and also to promote positive employee relations. On the other hand, when their clients are faced with employment litigation, Laner Muchin zealously defend their interests in a creative and cost-effective manner.
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