DLA Piper has announced the arrival of Brian Hochleutner and Justin Brown to
its Boston office.
Hochleutner is an
associate in the firm's Real Estate group, where he represents a broad range of
clients in complex real estate transactions and land use matters, with an
emphasis on the acquisition and sale of commercial properties, real estate
finance, commercial leasing transactions, ground-leased development and projects
involving public/private partnerships. He joins DLA Piper from Munger, Tolles
& Olson LLP in Los Angeles.
While practicing in Los Angeles, Hochleutner
was awarded the 2010 Los Angeles County Bar Association Outstanding Young Lawyer
Award, and the 2011 Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles Visionary Award. Active
in civic and bar association groups, Hochleutner is a past chair of the Los
Angeles County Bar Association's General Real Estate steering committee, and has
served on the board of directors of the nonprofit Children's Nature
Brown is an associate in
the firm's Litigation group, practicing general commercial and civil litigation,
with a focus on environmental and energy matters.
Earlier in his career,
Brown volunteered as an English teacher through WorldTeach, a non-governmental
organization based at Harvard University's Center for International Development.
Before joining DLA Piper, Brown served as a law clerk to the Honorable Peter W.
Hall of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. He also
served as a law clerk to the Honorable William J. Lavery and the Honorable
Francis X. Hennessy at the Connecticut Appellate Court. Additionally, Brown
interned at the Vermont Superior Court, Environmental Division, and at the
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection.
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