After graduating with honors from Florida State University in 1999, Brian went on to study at Creighton University School of Law. He graduated with his Juris Doctor in 2004, cum laude.
Before joining Butler, Brian served as an Assistant State Attorney for the Eighteenth Judicial Circuit for over three years. During that time, he rose to the level of Felony Assistant State Attorney, where he tried over 30 jury trials and managed a number of important cases. Brian is also a five-time recipient of the Misdemeanor Attorney of the Month.
After serving at the State Attorney’s office, Brian went on to practice in the areas of insurance defense, automobile liability, construction, civil rights, and criminal defense. Since joining Butler, he has handled a number of complex and specialized case types, including excess coverage, property insurance, and fraud.
May 08, 2013 SPOTLIGHT Curt Allen & Brian Hohman Little League
I like to make safety and fun a priority. Unfortunately, some coaches and parents take a “win at all costs” approach. I believe this misses the point entirely and sends the wrong message to the kids. Instead of giving them a break from everyday pressures, it adds more. I played many sports as a kid, and played football at the collegiate level. Hence, I understand competition and a desire to win. But, at the little league level...
•American Bar Association (ABA)
•Defense Research Institute (DRI)
•Hillsborough County Bar Association
•The Florida Bar
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