Subpoenas and high-stakes government investigations can disrupt business and cause stress and anxiety for my clients. I focus on solutions—providing the skill, knowledge, and resources to quickly delve into the legal issues, understanding what the government or entity wants, and using an assertive, yet respectful, approach to develop a solution or compromise.
Angela Brown’s practice focuses on white collar defense and government investigations, She assists both individuals and corporations facing actual or threatened government enforcement actions. Angela has represented clients under criminal or civil investigation by various government agencies, including the U.S. Department of Justice, the Office of Inspector General, and the Securities Exchange Commission. Her experience in high-risk disputes and investigations encompasses a wide range of industries, jurisdictions, and subject matter areas such as healthcare fraud, securities fraud, insider trading, FCPA violations, tax fraud, commodities fraud, and antitrust violations.
Angela is also an accomplished appellate lawyer with successful results in state and federal appeals before courts in Texas and other jurisdictions across the country. She is one of the firm’s go-to lawyers for researching and briefing dispositive motions in the most challenging, high-exposure cases, or when clients need a skilled analysis of complex procedural and evidentiary issues that may determine the outcome of a case.
Angela is an adjunct professor at UNT Dallas College of Law and teaches a seminar focusing on drafting criminal motions. Prior to joining the firm Angela was a professor of law at Texas Tech University School of Law focusing her teaching on federal procedure and evidence.