Brandon Sadowsky is an attorney at Kozyak Tropin & Throckmorton and focuses on complex commercial litigation and class actions.
Brandon received his Bachelor of Arts, summa cum laude, in Philosophy from The Ohio State University, where he co-founded the Ohio State Undergraduate Law Review and served as its editor in chief.
Brandon then attended Yale Law School. At the law school, he was senior editor for the Yale Law Journal. Brandon also served as a research assistant for Professor Owen Fiss and as a teaching assistant for Professor Paul Gewirtz’s first year constitutional law course. Brandon joined multiple clinics, including the law school’s environmental protection clinic and its media freedom and information access clinic. He also interned for the ACLU of Connecticut.
After law school, Brandon worked for Simpson Thacher & Bartlett, an international law firm headquartered in New York. While practicing in New York, Brandon served in the firm’s mergers and acquisitions group, working on multibillion dollar transactions, and its litigation department, working primarily on securities litigation and insurance. He also had an active pro bono practice, representing (for example) students with disabilities, victims of domestic violence, and those seeking unemployment insurance. Brandon also worked on pro bono impact litigation, including felon disenfranchisement and bail reform cases.
In 2021, Brandon began a clerkship for the Honorable Roy K. Altman in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida. He then clerked for the Honorable Robert J. Luck of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit. Brandon joined KTT upon the conclusion of his clerkships.
Kozyak Tropin & Throckmorton is a complex commercial litigation firm founded in 1982 that focuses its practice on bet-the-company commercial cases, class actions, healthcare and bankruptcy matters.