Marley Ann Brumme represents a wide variety of U.S. and international clients in commercial, securities and health care fraud litigation. Ms. Brumme has represented clients in disputes relating to securities and corporate law matters, contractual issues, class actions, the False Claims Act, mutual fund fees and constitutional issues. These disputes take place in federal and state courts throughout the country and through all phases of litigation, including trial, and in arbitrations before the American Arbitration Association.
Ms. Brumme also assists clients in connection with complex regulatory investigations, including enforcement matters before the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Department of Justice.
Ms. Brumme has an active pro bono practice. Recently, she successfully briefed and argued a motion for a preliminary injunction in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana, enjoining the state from enforcing a marriage license restriction that violated the Fourteenth Amendment rights of immigrants. She also has represented clients as part of Clemency Project 2014 and in proceedings before the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination. Early in her career, Ms. Brumme also was involved in a civil rights litigation challenging the termination of public housing voucher benefits — work for which she was recognized with a 2012 Connecticut Legal Services Pro Bono Award.