“I can help you more effectively plan for the success and the succession of your business and investment assets.”
Curtis L. Brown
Curtis L. Brown’s diverse legal and mediation experience includes:
Curtis currently practices law out of his central Texas office, focusing on business and estate planning. He has helped many clients start or acquire, manage, merge and sell their businesses, as well as plan and administer trusts and estates. He has served in leadership roles in numerous academic, civic and professional organizations, including as Chair of the Probate, Trusts and Estates Section of the Dallas Bar Association, and is a principal of Louis P. Brown & Co., a CPA firm based in Boise, Idaho.
Curtis assists in dispute resolution in various states as mediator and litigation consultant. He has litigated and mediated cases involving large amounts in dispute, complex issues and multiple parties. He successfully mediated one commercial construction case with 12 parties and their attorneys and insurance representatives around the table. He had the privilege of mediating a case in which a senior federal judge was personally a party.
Mr. Brown has lectured on various legal topics, including as an Adjunct Professor of Law at Baylor Law School and as a guest lecturer for other law schools and the State Bar of Texas, and has authored several articles.
After receiving his B.B.A. in Accounting from Texas Tech University, he earned his JurisDoctor degree from The University of Texas School of Law and completed international law studies at the University of Oxford.
Mr. Brown has earned from Martindale-Hubbell the rating of “A-V”, the highest rating both as to legal ability and general reputation, every year since 1982.
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P. O. Box 693
Elm Mott, Texas