Brandon W. Maxey
Brandon Maxey has represented clients in appellate and trial courts across Texas. His matters have involved a wide range of subject areas, including business disputes, employer liability, products liability, and First Amendment issues. Brandon has experience in all facets of litigation, and was embedded on a trial team that achieved a complete defense verdict in a California toxic tort case.
While attaining his law degree at the University of Arkansas, Brandon served as an editor for the Arkansas Law Review. Further, he was a teaching and research assistant for two prominent professors in property and constitutional law.
Prior to law school, Brandon earned a degree in public affairs–which included experience in public relations and media training. Brandon also has extensive experience on political campaigns, including work on the presidential, gubernatorial, and local levels.
University of Arkansas School of Law, J.D. (cum laude) 2014
The University of Texas at Dallas, B.S. (cum laude) 2011
U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas
Explaining Compensable Activities under FLSA, Texas Lawyer (Mar. 31, 2015)
Beacon: Signaling a New Duty to Future Homeowners in California?, Defense Research Institute: The Critical Path (Dec. 11, 2014)
A Proposal for a Voter-Identification Law Limiting Voter Disenfranchisement, Arkansas Law Review (2014)