- Employment & Benefits
- ERISA Litigation
- Litigation & Dispute Resolution
- Supreme Court & Appellate
|Contact Info||Telephone: +1 202 263 3339|
Fax: +1 202 263 5239
|University ||University of Michigan, B.S.E., Industrial & Operations Engineering, summa cum laude, 2002; University of Michigan, M.S.E., 2003|
|Law School||Yale Law School, J.D., 2006|
|Admitted||2006, Illinois; 2007, US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit; 2008, District of Columbia; 2008, US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit; 2009, US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit; 2014, US District Court for the District of Columbia; 2009, US Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit; 2011, US Supreme Court; 2012, US Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit; 2012, US Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit; 2012, US Tax Court; 2009, US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit|
Brian Netter is a partner in the Washington office of Mayer Brown's Supreme Court & Appellate practice.
Brian briefs and argues high profile and legally complex cases. His experience covers a broad range of substantive areas, and he frequently litigates cases involving administrative law, constitutional law, and ERISA. Earlier in his career, Brian served as a law clerk to Associate Justice Stephen Breyer on the US Supreme Court and to Judge Judith W. Rogers on the US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit.
Much of Brian's work involves issues of first impression in the federal courts. He is currently co-lead counsel to the District of Columbia Council in litigation against the Mayor about the District's right to spend local tax dollars. On three occasions, Brian's innovative work has been recognized in The National Law Journal's Appellate Hot List, including a case in which he filed briefs convincing the Supreme Court to invalidate a local ordinance under the Constitution's little-known Tonnage Clause and another case in which his briefs in the DC Circuit resulted in the invalidation of a significant EPA rulemaking as impermissibly retroactive. Brian has also been recognized by Washington Super Lawyers as an emerging star in appeals.
On ERISA questions, Brian litigates class action disputes and advises clients on issues prompting such litigation, particularly as relates to ERISA's fiduciary standards. He is a frequent commentator on ERISA issues, including the Supreme Court's ERISA docket.
Prior to his career as a lawyer, Brian earned undergraduate and graduate degrees in Industrial & Operations Engineering.
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