Leading Denver trial attorney Miko A. Brown has joined the Trial Department of Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP as a partner.
“Miko is a highly-experienced trial lawyer and a remarkable addition to our team with vast experience defending companies in high-profile and high-stakes lawsuits. We are excited to have her as a partner,” said Chad Williams, one of the firm’s co-managing partners.
“Miko is a top-notch litigator and she brings a deep skillset to our trial team,” said Shannon Stevenson, chair of the firm’s Trial Department. “Miko has also spent a large part of her career raising awareness on diversity and inclusivity issues, and works to create opportunities for young lawyers she mentors.”
Ms. Brown focuses her national litigation practice on defending large companies in catastrophic personal injury and commercial cases. Her experience includes products liability, medical malpractice, civil rights, premises liability, and construction matters. Ms. Brown has represented clients in 24 states and has tried cases to verdict in Colorado, Texas, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, and Ohio. In commercial litigation, she has defended numerous actions alleging misrepresentation and violation of consumer protection laws and has successfully defended breach of contract and intellectual property infringement cases. Additionally, Ms. Brown’s employment experience includes matters alleging race, gender, disability, and age discrimination, as well as sexual harassment and whistleblower actions.
Ms. Brown is president of the Colorado Asian Pacific American Bar Association and serves on the board of the Center for Legal Inclusiveness. She also participates in the Colorado Bar Association’s Access to Justice Commission.
Ms. Brown graduated with a B.A. from the University of California Berkeley, summa cum laude, and received her J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania. She served as a judicial law clerk to The Honorable John L. Kane of the U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado. Ms. Brown is admitted to practice in Colorado, New Mexico, and Texas.