“Thank you for helping us navigate through the challenges we faced with the student’s family and helping us bring it to a successful conclusion. We are truly grateful that we have you as part of our team.”
~ Finance Director, Independent School
Brian B. Garrett
Brian B. Garrett is a member of the Firm’s Labor and Employment and Education Practice Groups. Brian handles employment and complex commercial litigation disputes in state and federal courts throughout the country, in alternative resolution processes, and before various administrative agencies. He advises and represents institutional and individual clients from a wide range of industries, including education, technology, hospitality, finance, and health care, on matters including employment disputes, restrictive covenant and trade secrets violations, business and partnership disputes, intellectual property, and securities violations. Brian also brings significant experience in managing comprehensive internal investigations.
Brian counsels independent schools regarding student discipline matters, enrollment agreements, student handbooks, athletic program management (including concussion-related issues), best practices for domestic and international school trips, and fostering inclusive school communities. He also guides on-campus investigations involving alleged interpersonal misconduct.
Prior to joining the firm, Brian was an associate for four years at Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP’s New York office. Prior to becoming an attorney, Brian worked for five years as a center and masters’ program coordinator at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government and Graduate School of Education. Brian received his B.A. from Boston College, his M.A. in Higher Education from Boston College, and his J.D., cum laude, from Fordham Law School.
- Fordham Law School, cum laude (2012)
- Boston College, M.A. Higher Education Administration (2007)
- Boston College (2004)
U.S. District Courts
- Southern and Eastern Districts of New York
- New Jersey
U.S. Courts of Appeals
- Third Circuit