Braden Dotson maintains a diverse litigation practice, having worked on a wide array of matters ranging from general commercial disputes to complex M&A litigation. He was most recently involved in a large-scale federal criminal trial for alleged Anti-Kickback Statute violations, where he drafted numerous meritorious trial briefs on evidentiary issues. He also recently assisted in drafting a brief successfully opposing class certification in a large federal diversity action based on fiduciary duty and aiding and abetting claims.
Braden's practice also focuses on regulatory matters, and he is a regular contributor to DLA Piper's consumer finance newsletter, which keeps clients up to date regarding the latest in regulation and enforcement by the OCC, CFPB, FTC, and more.
Prior to joining DLA Piper, Braden served as the Managing Editor of The International Lawyer, the official journal of the ABA's International Law section and the most widely-distributed US-based international law journal in the world.
- J.D., Southern Methodist University 2020
- Texas A&M University - Commerce
- Author, Jesner v. Arab Bank: The Curious Case of Corporate Liability Under the Alien Tort Statute, International Law Review Association Online, March 25, 2019