University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School, J.D.
Dartmouth College, B.A.
U.S. Southern District Court of Florida
U.S. Middle District Court of Florida
U.S. Southern District Court of California
U.S. District of Columbia
U.S. Eastern District of Michigan
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit
Best Lawyers in America, Commercial Litigation, 2021
Brandon Floch is a litigator and trial lawyer who focuses on plaintiff-side complex commercial litigation and white-collar criminal defense, with a particular focus on prioritizing efficiency and value for his clients.
Brandon has successfully recovered millions for his clients both before filing suit and after vigorous litigation. While Brandon has represented some of the world’s largest companies—such as Kroger and Albertsons—he has also won valuable settlements and courtroom victories for individuals and small businesses. Brandon’s budding plaintiff practice spans a range of areas including antitrust, personal injury, cryptocurrency, whistleblower claims, and securities. He is currently representing a class of investors in a securities fraud case against a diagnostic company accused of lying about the accuracy of its Covid-19 test. Brandon also handles select defense matters. For example, he is currently defending Kevin O’Leary in a class action stemming from the collapse of the now-bankrupt cryptocurrency exchange FTX.
Brandon has significant trial experience in both civil and criminal matters. On the civil side, Brandon’s recent trial experience includes a high-stakes, nearly 40-day, price-fixing trial in federal court involving the egg industry. On the criminal side, Brandon recently defended a tax lawyer accused of embezzling over $6 million from his own client. After a week-long trial in federal court, a jury found Brandon’s client not guilty on all counts.
Before joining MNR, Brandon worked at a prominent antitrust boutique in Miami. While there, he played a key role in the nation’s largest antitrust cases, representing plaintiffs and going up against some of the largest firms in the country.
Brandon clerked for the Honorable James J. Brady of the Middle District of Louisiana, and received his law degree from the University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School, where he was an editor of the Journal of Constitutional Law. Brandon received his undergraduate degree from Dartmouth College.