Although Phil Brown has been a full time litigation attorney since 1985, he became... more
Although Phil Brown has been a full time litigation attorney since 1985, he became aHawaii attorneyafter moving to Honolulu in 1993. Mr. Brown started this office in 1997 after working for some of the finest law firms in Hawaii, New York and Virginia. Upon graduation fromWashington and Lee University School of Law in 1985, Mr. Brown was an associate at Hunton and Williams. In 1987 Mr. Brown... view profile
As a tenacious advocate, I have successfully litigated on behalf of my clients in... more
As a tenacious advocate, I have successfully litigated on behalf of my clients in the Federal U.S. District Court, Hawaii’s Circuit and District Courts, and the Intermediate Court of Appeals. My experience in alternative dispute resolution includes mediation and arbitration, both as counsel for clients and as the mediator/arbitrator. My transactional practice includes the full spectru... view profile
Listed in the National Trial Lawyers Top 40 Under 40, Aaron’s practice concentrates... more
Listed in the National Trial Lawyers Top 40 Under 40, Aaron’s practice concentrates in civil litigation, with an emphasis on insurance law and litigation, representing primarily policyholders in insurance coverage and insurance bad faith cases.
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