Brandon R. McDowell

Senior Attorney

BMCDOWELL@beckerlawyers.com

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Practices

Credentials

    Education

      • Barry University School of Law, J.D., cum laude (2009)
      • Averett University, B.A. (2005)

    Bar Admissions

      • Florida

    Clerkships

      • 22nd Judicial Circuit of Virginia, 2008

Perspectives

Bio

Brandon R. McDowell’s practice focuses on financial services, real estate, and commercial litigation. Mr. McDowell handles all aspects of foreclosure representation for mortgage loan servicers and lending institutions as well as creditors’ rights matters in bankruptcy proceedings. In addition to default-services-related matters, he handles residential real estate transactions, construction litigation matters including issues involving construction liens, general real estate matters, and landlord/tenant matters.

Prior to joining Becker, Mr. McDowell was a managing attorney in the Orlando office of a multi-state law firm where he was responsible for handling national bankruptcy matters and practiced all aspects of litigation including motion practice, depositions, discovery and trial.

EXPERIENCE

  • Successfully defended multinational corporations, theme parks, insurance companies and governmental entities in all aspects of tort litigation including premises and commercial vehicle liability.
  • Successfully litigated hundreds of cases from inception to judgment via motion practice, bench trials, summary judgment and mediation.
  • Prior to practicing in the areas of premises liability, commercial vehicle liability and insurance defense, represented multinational and local corporations throughout the state of Florida in real estate, finance and mortgage litigation. Representation of these entities also included pre-suit negotiation, drafting of responsive pleadings, discovery including depositions, mediation, motions for summary judgment and trial.

PROFESSIONAL / COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES

  • Volunteer at Second Harvest Food Bank, Orlando Rescue Mission, Give Kids the World and Teen Court