Clark Hill Attorney Brandon J. Verdream Honored With Firm’s 2017 Pro Bono Award
Pittsburgh, PA – Clark Hill attorney Brandon J. Verdream was honored with the firm’s 2017 Pro Bono Award. Verdream was appointed by the United States District Court to represent a prisoner in connection with poor treatment for a case of appendicitis and related complications. The case was dismissed on summary judgment by the District Court, but reinstated on appeal by the Third Circuit Court of Appeals, as a result of Verdream’s tireless pro bono efforts. In its decision, the Third Circuit specifically noted Verdream’s pro bono service, stating: “We express our gratitude to counsel for accepting this matter and for the quality of his representation.”
Verdream is a Senior Attorney in the Litigation Group in Clark Hill’s Pittsburgh office where he represents businesses and individuals in white collar criminal cases and commercial litigation, including class actions, at the trial and appellate levels. No stranger to complex, “bet the company” cases, Brandon represents businesses and executives in corporate and partnership disputes and in response to government investigations. He has tried cases in federal and state courts, and has successfully argued before the Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. He also has executed corporate internal investigations and designed corporate governance policies and procedures.
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