Brandon represents professional investors, investment funds, money managers and individuals in high-stakes cases in federal and state courts nationwide. With a focus on maximizing investors’ returns through securities and debtholder matters, Brandon adds significant value for investor clients with keen analysis and creative solutions to complex problems.

His notable current securities matters include the representation of investment funds in securities actions arising from disclosures at Luckin Coffee, Inc., Valeant Pharmaceuticals (n/k/a Bausch Health), Chembio Diagnostics, and SeaWorld Entertainment.  Brandon also recently represented professional investors in securities actions involving Ocwen Financial Corporation, Marrone Bio Innovations Inc., American Realty Capital Properties Inc. (n/k/a Vereit), and TerraForm Global, Inc.  Moreover, Brandon has significant experience defending the portfolio companies of private equity and investment fund clients, including in securities and breach of contract matters in state and federal court.

Brandon maintains a robust pro bono practice, with a focus on immigrants’ rights matters. Early in his career, he served as a law clerk to the Hon. Stanley R. Chesler of the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey. Prior to his career in law, Brandon was a stage manager and assistant director with World Wrestling Entertainment and part of the team responsible for WWE’s live weekly programming.

Valued by clients and colleagues for his willingness to dig in and get his hands dirty, Brandon maintains a small (but noisy) chicken and goat farm in rural New Jersey.


Brandon is a contributor to the RKS Valuation Litigation and Shareholder Rights (VLSR) blog, a clearinghouse for news and analysis involving global issues of shareholder and investor rights, including investors’ ability to use valuation litigation to enhance returns.


Numerous media organizations have covered the formation of Rolnick Kramer Sadighi LLP, a “premier securities litigation boutique dedicated to serving the investment management industry, including hedge funds, mutual funds, private equity, credit, real estate and structured finance firms.” Other outlets covering the formation include:; and