Kevin C. Brown, Esq., CFL

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Kevin C. Brown, Esq., CFL- Associate

Mr. Brown focuses his practice on the areas of matrimonial and family law. He is an experienced litigator and has represented a diversity of clients in all phases of litigation.

Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Brown was a commercial litigator in the Stamford, Connecticut office of Day Pitney LLP, where he represented business clients and individuals in all phases of complex cases in federal and state courts in a wide variety of industries and contexts. Representative matters include the defense of a $25 million consulting firm and its majority shareholder in a dissolution and receivership action commenced by the majority shareholder’s wife. Mr. Brown also represented individual investors in the Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities bankruptcy proceeding, the seed investor in litigation over the wind-down of a healthcare-focused private equity fund, and a private U.S. university in litigation brought by former students at a Haitian school claiming liability for alleged sexual abuse.

Mr. Brown was previously an associate at the New York offices of Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP, where he represented clients in a wide variety of business disputes in financial services, insurance, private equity, and other industries. He also conducted internal investigations and advised clients in connection with government investigations of insider trading and other securities law violations.

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Georgetown University Law Center, JD 2008, magna cum laude
University of Pennsylvania, BA 2003, cum laude

Professional Association and Memberships:

Westchester Bar Association
Fairfield County Bar Association
New York State Bar Association

Bar Admissions

New York 2009
Connecticut 2014
United States District Court – Southern District of New York 2011
United States District Court – Eastern District of New York 2011
United States District Court – District of Connecticut 2015

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My ex-husband did not want to let go of the fight and kept dragging on any issues he could from our divorce. My old lawyers were just not effective in shutting down his arguments and getting the issues resolved. That all changed when I switched to Miller and Zeiderman. My first contact was Faith Miller. She heard my case and assured me that they would go to bat for me, and change up the playing field. I finally felt heard, and quickly realized that I had a true ally.
Kevin Brown handled my case and from day one, took the time to get to know my case and what were my expectations. I did not feel that I was just dropping money into a black hole. I felt as though my dollars were actually getting results. They spoke up in a manner that was effective against the bullying style that my ex-husband had used throughout our marriage and through the whole divorce process and post-divorce. Thank you so much for standing up for me and favorably resolving my case.