Peter J. Brann is currently a partner at Brann & Isaacson.
His national litigation practice includes representation of both private and public-sector clients with particular emphasis on complex civil trial and appellate litigation. For 18 years, he worked in the Maine Attorney General's Office, first as an assistant attorney general and later as state solicitor, responsible for all civil appeals for the state.
He has been identified as counsel of record in more than 140 state and federal trial and appellate decisions around the country. He won the National Association of Attorneys General award for best brief in the U.S. Supreme Court as lead counsel in Alden v. Maine, 524 U.S 706 (1999), which he also argued and won. He has acted as lead counsel for numerous retailers and retail organizations in amicus curiae briefs submitted in major patent cases for the Supreme Court and the Federal Circuit.
Brann earned his J.D. from Boston University School of Law in 1981 and received his B.A. from Bates College in 1977.