Brittany represents clients throughout all stages of litigation, from pretrial counseling and motion practice to appeals. She defends clients against product liability, consumer protection, warranty, and commercial breach of contract claims in individual, class action, and mass action contexts. Her experience includes claim negotiations and initial case evaluations, risk assessments, managing discovery and related motion practice, coordinating fact investigation, drafting and arguing dispositive motions, taking and defending depositions, corporate and expert witness development, pretrial motion practice, settlement negotiations, and trial. She also works with other members of Shook’s appellate practice, drafting briefs and presenting oral argument.

Before joining Shook, she was an assistant attorney general for the state of Georgia, where she represented state agencies in complex matters ranging from commercial breach of contract disputes to constitutional challenges. She also represented state agencies in appeals and has presented oral argument multiple times before the Supreme Court of Georgia and the Court of Appeals of Georgia.

Brittany is proficient in German. In addition to majoring in German language and literature as an undergraduate, she studied in Heidelberg, Germany during a year-long exchange program.