Brandon Bundren is a trial lawyer who represents both plaintiffs and defendants in state and federal courts in Tennessee and Texas. Brandon’s clients range from small businesses to numerous publicly traded companies.

While Brandon handles a variety of complex commercial cases, his practice is focused primarily on intellectual property and competitive practices litigation, including non-compete, trade secrets, patent, trademark, copyright, and similar unfair competition matters. Brandon is a published author on the subject of non-competition agreements and is a frequent speaker on unfair competition matters both to in-house counsel and to various associations, including the Tennessee Intellectual Property Association and the Nashville Bar Association.

In addition to his intellectual property and competitive practices experience, he also has significant experience handling a variety of other types of complex commercial cases, including business divorces, class actions, products liability, securities, and real estate matters.

Brandon has been listed in Texas Super Lawyers or Mid-South Super Lawyers as a “Rising Star” in Business Litigation every year since 2012. He has also been honored for his pro bono work by being named an “Attorney for Justice” by the Tennessee Supreme Court Access to Justice Commission. Brandon is also a Rule 31 Listed Mediator in the field of General Civil Mediation under Rule 31 of the Tennessee Supreme Court.