The firm litigates business disputes of all stripes. In recent years, we have handled partnership and fiduciary cases, employee non-competition agreements (from both sides of the table), and real-estate disputes.
Our clients include airlines, oil and gas companies, technology firms, large financial institutions, and entrepreneurs. Much of our work comes from clients who have been with us since the 1990s.
We focus on solving our clients' tax controversies from the moment an audit notice is received through an appeal to the court of last resort. Representative cases include disputes relating to business income apportionment, transaction and excise taxes of all types, and various exemptions to state sales and use tax laws. Please see our Services page for a more complete overview of our tax controversy work.
We have represented many broker-dealers and their employees in disputes that include alleged insider trading, prospectus fraud, conflicts of interest, churning, unsuitable investments, and other breaches of fiduciary duty. In recent years, we have helped our broker-dealer clients solve numerous employment disputes under rules that are unique to the securities industry.
Scott Browdy formed Browdy P.C. on January 1, 2016. Scott earned his B.A. from the University of Virginia in 1988, and his J.D. from Northwestern University in 1991. He is a member of the Illinois, New York, and Florida (inactive) bars.
Browdy P.C. represents clients in state and federal tax controversies and complex business disputes. The firm handles matters before trial and appellate courts at the federal and state levels across the U.S., as well as arbitrations and administrative proceedings before the IRS and many state departments of revenue.