Overview And Experience
Mr. Stephen Brower is the principal attorney at Brentwood Law Group, located in Tempe, Arizona. Prior to founding Brentwood, Mr. Brower practiced as a trial lawyer for reputable national and regional law firms. He has represented high profile corporate and individual clients in matters that include business, real estate, healthcare, securities, creditor and bankruptcy based litigation. Brentwood Law Group continues to offer the same advanced legal strategies Stephen offered at the other firms, with a unique “high touch, client centric” approach to legal services.
Initially as an associate and later confirmed as a partner, Mr. Brower recognized early in his career that clients want and deserve that unique “trial lawyer mentality” applied to all levels of their legal matters. Whether your matter is related to negotiation, contract preparation, contract lawsuits, partnership buyouts, purchase/sale agreement, healthcare entities, creditor rights, bankruptcy centered disputes, etc., Mr. Brower brings his unique view to each and every legal matter.
Mr. Brower has witnessed firsthand the critical value derived from business agreements that position the company/individual to prevail should their rights be violated under the law. Clients who tap Mr. Brower’s trial experience early in the planning process rarely experience disruption in their ventures. And should that day come that a Brentwood client’s rights are challenged, clients report a sense of relief knowing that they have a battle tested trial attorney representing their interests in the court room.
Mr. Stephen Brower received his Bachelor of Science (Economics), from Arizona State University. He attended the University of California at Los Angeles, School of Law, where he received his Juris Doctor degree. Mr. Brower is admitted and has practiced before all Arizona state courts.
University of California, Los Angeles - School of Law, J.D., 2006
Arizona State University, B.S., Economics, 2003
Consultation with healthcare providers regarding regulations, affiliations, and contracts.
Consultation regarding the development, construction, and operation of healthcare facilities.
Representation of regional business interest in negotiation of asset purchase agreements and related documents. Abromovitz Investment Properties, LLC v. Red Eyed Jack Sports Bar, Inc., et. al: Obtained verdict for $2.9 million plus fees, costs, and interest. Affirmed on appeal.
MidFirst Bank v. Graystar Holdings, LLC, et. al: Obtained confidential settlement post-judgment in favor of client. IMH Special Asset NT 118 LLC v. Ronald Steinbrunner, et. al: Prosecuted judgment and obtained favorable settlement.
Rigoli v. 44 Monroe Marketing, LLC: Obtained judgment on multiple vendee liens against real estate holding company.
CSA8-Garden Village, LLC v. Main Street Ventures, LLC, et. al: Negotiated confidential settlement post-judgment against multiple debtors.
Shaun Moore v. Peter Stephens, et al.: Enforcement of foreign judgment and settlement after seizure of business assets.
Articles and Publications:
Vendee Liens, Arizona Journal of Real Estate and Business (December 2010)
Understanding the Federal Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act, Arizona Journal of Real Estate & Business (June 2010)
Stimulus Dollars: Contractor Friend or Foe, The Arizonan (February 2010)
Setting a Ceiling – Contracts that Place a Cap on Damages, Arizona Association of Defense Counsel e-Magazine (Fall 2009)
Escaping Fraud Liability in A Slow Market, Arizona Journal of Real Estate and Business (May 2008)
Escaping the Undercurrent of Fraud Liability in Real Estate Transactions, Arizona Association of Defense Counsel e-Magazine (February 2007)