University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, JD.; University of California, Riverside, BA.
Brian founded SLF with the vision of a client-centered approach to achieving the maximum recovery possible for all class members. To that end, SLF has helped recover nearly half a billion dollars for investors since 2017, including some of the largest recoveries of all time in securities fraud cases. Committed to his vision, Brian looks forward to continuing to empower investors to take a more active role in the litigation than they traditionally have, thereby shaping the securities class action sector to better represent the entire class.
Brian began his legal career working for the Honorable Patrick J. Walsh in federal court at the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, and at American Funds – the world’s most powerful controlling shareholder at that time.
Brian went on to work for Beach Point Capital Management, a multi-billion-dollar fund manager where he focused on Dodd-Frank compliance, with a special emphasis on complex derivatives. He then worked at Glancy Prongay & Murray, one of the country’s top securities fraud class action firms, and subsequently co-founded Goldberg Law PC where he vigorously fought for shareholder rights in some of the largest class action cases in recent years.