and Business Law
Who We Are
Located in the Research Triangle area of North Carolina, and adjacent to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, we represent clients in complex litigation and transactional matters. The firm has its origins in the founding of Brenner and Brenner in 2001 by Lawrence and Jason Brenner in Chapel Hill. Over the years the firm has grown to include environmental and commercial law practices. We collaborate with physicians, environmental developers, engineers, and public health experts. We are committed to innovative and creative approaches to legal challenges.
310 E. Main Street
Carrboro, NC 27510
503 Church St. No. 8
P.O. Box 576
Oriental, NC 28571
We have extensive experience representing patients and physicians in medical negligence cases. We have also advocated on behalf of physicians in medical staff hearings, licensing revocation hearings, and lawsuits based on wrongful termination. Our attorneys have defended health care providers in high profile state and federal criminal cases including Medicare and Medicaid fraud. Lawrence Brenner has assisted the country’s largest non-profit multi-hospital systems and the Department of Defense in reducing professional liability exposure.
Our firm represents businesses and entrepreneurs in commercial real estate, corporate, contract, and other transactional matters. We work closely with our clients to provide counsel at the pace their businesses are moving.
Jason Brenner maintains an active Clean Water Act, Endangered Species Act, and mitigation banking and restoration practice. The firm works closely with environmental developers and engineering groups to enhance ecological performance and standards relative to United States Army Corps of Engineers and state regulated projects. We have provided counsel in these areas for over ten years, during an expansive and dynamic period for the mitigation banking and ecological restoration industries.
We have a long history of representing clients in complex litigation including product failure, construction, federal criminal and civil commitment proceedings, commercial, and international human rights matters.