Brian M. Hom
Brian M. Hom counsels domestic and international clients in disputes in federal and state courts, including appellate courts and the U.S. Supreme Court, as well as in arbitration and governmental investigations.
Brian represents clients from diverse industries in complex commercial litigation including the automobile industry, antitrust, securities, intellectual property, business litigation, real estate, toxic torts, and constitutional law as well as corporations in internal investigations, regulatory and compliance matters, and risk management matters.
As part of his innovative approach to litigation, Brian designed software that employs artificial intelligence to reduce client costs by automating pleading creation, data extraction, and case management and introduced a strategy that utilizes quantitative reasoning and statistical analysis. Brian first implemented this approach for a major automobile manufacturer/distributor while he was directing a multi-office team of attorneys in defending a portfolio of active consumer cases in federal and state courts and arbitration.
Maintaining an active pro bono practice, Brian has represented indigent criminal defendants, tenants in unlawful detainer actions, and parents in adoption matters. He also represented veteran organizations in efforts to preserve veterans’ memorials in the Mojave Desert and La Jolla, California. Brian is a frequent speaker, including at events hosted by the State Bar of California and the California Lawyers Association.
Brian served as a law clerk to Judge William D. Keller of the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California and as a law clerk to Chief Judge Alicemarie H. Stotler, also of the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California.
Member, State Bar of California
Member, Oversight Committee of CalBar Affinity, Inc.
Former Member, Board of Directors for the Boy Scouts of America, Long Beach Area Council
Contributing author, American Bar Association Antitrust Section’s Antitrust Evidence Handbook