Brandon M. Ball
Brandon is an associate in our Corporate & Business, Creditors' Rights, Health Care, and Municipal Law Practice Groups. He has always been intrigued by the law and how to merge the latest technologies to effectively and efficiently deliver solutions to assist clients with their legal matters. Brandon attended law school at Case Western Reserve University, where he graduated, cum laude, and served as a Teaching and Research Assistant and as a Legal Writing Fellow. Prior to graduating law school, he gained experience working as an intern at two law firms and at a community development clinic where he advised start-up clients in entity choice and formation and corporate governance and guided the clinic’s corporate clients through a range of issues including, but not limited to, non-profit compliance, taxation, regulation of interstate sales, merger planning, liability waivers, commercial contract negotiations, and business succession planning.
Brandon’s philosophy is a perfect match to the way our Firm represents its clients—working as part of a strong team, developing close client relationships, and delivering excellent client services. He strives to keep both clients and colleagues informed through every step of the transactional matters on which he works. Brandon thinks on his feet and seeks ways to develop opportunities, tackle challenges, and endeavors to find the best possible outcome in all he undertakes. A western New York native, Brandon is looking to further in the community in which he lives and works. He recently has undertaken to climb the 46 high peaks in the Adirondacks and enjoys spending time with family and friends.
Case Western Reserve
University, J.D. (cum laude)
Hobart and William Smith
Colleges, B.A. (cum laude)
New York State
PROFESSIONAL & COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT
Brandon is a member of the Monroe County Bar Association and its Business Law Section, Business Council member, and a member of its Technology & Law Practice Section. He is also a member of the Webster Chamber of Commerce.