Mike Brown has handled litigation involving real property, including disputes involving construction defects and construction product defects. Specifically, since 1997 Mike has served has one of the lead counsel for Dryvit Systems, Inc. in its litigation in Alabama and Mississippi. Mike also assisted Dryvit Systems, Inc. in resolution of a nationwide class action on EIFS issues. He has also litigated other residential and small commercial construction disputes as well as construction defect claims involving mold, asbestos and formaldehyde. Mike was one of the lead lawyers in Keck v. Dryvit Systems, Inc., 830 So. 2d 1 (Ala. 2002) in which the Alabama Supreme Court established a ground-breaking precedent for thousands of other cases as relates to real property and construction matters.

For the past several years, Mike has served as an adjunct professor at the University of Alabama School of Law, where he taught Land Use Planning and Real Estate Finance & Development. Mike has spoken to a variety of groups on issues involving real estate land use and environmental issues.