Brandon Young is a partner in the firm’s Los Angeles office and a member of the government and regulatory and land use practice groups. He focuses on public contracting, infrastructure, land use, and public policy.
Brandon’s practice focuses on representing clients in all phases of public and private procurement, including local, state and federal government contracts. Brandon also has experience with commercial contracts involving bridges, tunnels, rail transit, nuclear remediation, information technology, and various government service providers. He also advises clients navigating government ethics inquiries, administrative proceedings, and election law issues, as well as federal and state bid protests.
Prior to law school, Brandon worked for the Mayor of Los Angeles’ Office of Intergovernmental Affairs, Congressman Brad Sherman and Los Angeles City Controller Ron Galperin.