Harrison Brown’s practice encompasses a wide range of business litigation and class action defense, with an emphasis on consumer fraud and privacy claims. Harrison has extensive experience defending complex claims in both state and federal courts, including claims under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”), Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (“FDCPA”), unfair competition and false advertising laws, California’s Song-Beverly Credit Card Act, and Invasion of Privacy Act. Harrison also represents clients in actions before the Federal Communications Commission.
Harrison also has experience in commercial real estate, representing landlords, tenants, lenders, borrowers, and developers in various litigation matters, including breaches, construction defect claims, eviction disputes, and ADA defense. He also assists clients on labor and employment matters. In addition, Harrison helps companies and entrepreneurs lawfully navigate their advertising, retailing, and e-commerce initiatives.
Harrison is regularly published in leading industry publications concerning TCPA and social media matters. Some of his recent articles include “Good faith defense in TCPA class actions makes good business sense” (Inside Counsel, November 18, 2014), “Fighting Fail-Safe Classes In TCPA Claims” (Law360, June 12, 2014), "Social Media as Evidence in Civil Litigation – Last 12 Months in Review” (BNA Social Media Law & Policy Report, April 22, 2014), and “Courts Narrowly Interpreting an Automated Telephone Dialing System under TCPA” (Inside Counsel, April 1, 2014).
During law school, Harrison served as the business development editor for the Chapman Law Review and received numerous commendations for his performance in national moot court and mock trial competitions.