The Law Offices of Philip R. Brown
Pauahi Tower, Suite 2005
1003 Bishop Street
Honolulu, HI 96813-3429
- Partners: 1
- Associates: 2
- Paralegals: 2
The Law Offices of Philip R. Brown is committed to providing the highest quality legal representation of Plaintiffs and Defendants in commercial litigation, real estate litigation, and personal injury matters. Because of our legal experience we have been honored to represent some of the Hawaii's most prominent citizens and businesses. However, we strive to treat all of our clients with the same courtesy and respect. We are also very proud of the fact that as a full service Hawaii attorney, we have recovered millions of dollars for our clients.
The reason we are able to represent a diverse range of clients, in a variety of matters is the unique legal background of Philip R. Brown. Although Phil Brown became a full time civil litigation attorney in 1985, he became a Hawaii attorney after moving to Honolulu in 1993. Before becoming a Hawaii lawyer, Brown worked for two of the most prominent law firms in the nation. Upon graduating from Washington & Lee University School of Law in 1985, Mr. Brown worked for Hunton & Williams, one of the largest law firms in America. Mr. Brown then joined the litigation section of the New York law firm Reid & Priest (later Thelen Reid & Priest). As a New York lawyer, Mr. Brown represented corporate clients focusing primarily on commercial litigation. In 1993, Mr. Brown moved to Hawaii joining its largest firm, Carlsmith Ball. In 1995, famed Hawaii Plaintiffs lawyer Dave Schutter recruited Mr. Brown to pursue the claims of approximately 4,000 plaintiffs in a large commercial litigation. After two years, the case resulted in a $39 million settlement for the Plaintiffs. In October 1997, Mr. Brown started this law office, in which he has represented both plaintiffs and defendants in a variety of cases.
Mr. Brown carries the highest legal ability rating in Martindale-Hubbell and may be found in the Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers under the subject matters Civil Trial Practice, Commercial Litigation, and Personal Injury.