I represent individuals and business owners in cases involving breach of contract, shareholder, partnership and other business disputes, consumer and investor fraud, personal injury and wrongful death. I guide clients through the legal process under some of the most trying circumstances they face, always governed by their best interests.
As a member of the State Bar of Georgia and Georgia Trial Lawyers Association, I am committed to the preservation of the civil justice system and the constitutional right to a jury trial. I am peer-rated AV by Martindale-Hubbell, the highest rating for ethics and skill, and was honored by recognition as one of Georgia's top plaintiff attorneys by Georgia Trend's 2009 Legal Elite publication. In addition to my law practice, I am a part-time instructor in the Kessler-Edison Trial Techniques Program and State Bar of Georgia Orientation on Professionalism at Emory University School of Law, as well as a Fellow of the Lawyers Foundation of Georgia.
While zealously representing my clients within the bounds of the law, I strive to uphold the highest standards of ethics and professionalism demanded of lawyers.
Licensed since 1988
Hourly ($300-345/hour), Contingent (33-45%)
Jay Brownstein is one of a handful of attorneys I can recommend, without reservation, to handle complex business litigation. Jay has the experience, knowledge, and wisdom to handle these matters, and communicate with clients, in a professional, effective manner. I highly endorse this lawyer.
Aaron Marks Personal Injury Attorney
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
|GA||Active Member in Good Standing||1988||07/07/2015|
|Award Name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|Top Rated Georgia Personal Injury Attorney||American Legal Media (American Lawyer, Daily Report)||2012|
|Legal Elite||Georgia Trend Magazine||2009|
|AV Preeminent 5.0 out of 5 Peer Review Rated||Martindale-Hubbell||2007|
|Tuition Scholarship||Emory University School of Law||1985|
|Merit Scholar||Florida State University||1983|
|Partner||Brownstein Nguyen & Little LLP||1994 - Present|
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit||Admitted to Practice||2005 - Present|
|Lawyers Foundation of Georgia||Fellow||2004 - Present|
|Georgia Trial Lawyers Association||Member||1998 - Present|
|State Bar of Georgia||Member||1988 - Present|
|Rivell et al. v. Private Healthcare Systems, Inc. et al. (Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals)||Trial court's dismissal of plaintiffs' claims was overruled; held that plaintiffs' appropriation claim was not precluded by plaintiffs' network agreements|
|Lam v. Nationwide (Georgia Court of Appeals)||Held that plaintiff was entitled to recover for aggravation of mental illness, despite having suffered no physical injury.|
|Austin v. Ameriquest Mortgage Corp. (U.S. District Court, Northern Dist. of GA)||Plaintiff's motion was granted, and the case was transferred back to state court rather than being combined with hundreds of other lawsuits pending in federal court. Case later settled for confidential sum.|
|Emory University School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1988|
|Florida State University||Communication||BS - Bachelor of Science||1985|
|Breakfast seminar||Hospital Liens & Health Insurance||2012|