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Brian M. Trujillo

Associate
305-350-2384
Hablo Español
Area of Focus: Litigation
GET TO KNOW Brian
Brian M. Trujillo is an Associate in Bilzin Sumberg’s Litigation Practice Group, where he handles antitrust and competition, appellate, commercial litigation, and class action matters. Brian has represented corporate and individual clients, both as plaintiffs and defendants. Furthermore, as part of the firm’s Antitrust Team, Brian has worked on nationally recognized opt-out cases involving price-fixing schemes in violation of the antitrust laws of the United States.
Q & A
As an attorney focused on litigation, what is a skill you have that clients appreciate most?
I think clients appreciate an attorney who understands the client’s business and keeps their business top of mind as new developments in the law unfold. One of the exciting things we do as lawyers is monitor legal developments across a wide range of areas and study how these developments in the law could impact our clients’ businesses.

Additionally, it cannot be overstated that attorneys must know the rules. It is my firm belief that what sets apart a great attorney from a good attorney is that the great attorney not only has the willingness to immerse themselves into the rules that govern the case, they also have a deep love for it. The same is true for the facts and/or record of the case. It is not enough to know parts of the record—a great attorney takes on the record as his or her own history.

Unsurprisingly, this is the area of the law where I enjoy being in the most: being entrusted to keep abreast of all legal developments and procedural checks, while also being entrusted to adopt my client’s record as my own.
What do you think makes Bilzin Sumberg’s Litigation Practice unique among commercial law firms?
I think what makes our Litigation Practice unique is the level of trust and support the leadership imparts upon young associates like myself, and the ways they do it. A great example is the encouragement to lead the way on a pro bono matter. There is a great level of trust and encouragement to work on these cases from our start at the firm. This affords us opportunities to develop important skills that would otherwise have taken us considerable time at other firms. Being encouraged to leverage our skills and resources to help those who need it the most was a big draw for me.
INSIGHTS
CREDENTIALS
  • Northwestern University, J.D., 2020
    Florida International University, B.A., Phi Beta Kappa, summa cum laude, 2017
  • Christian Legal Society
    Member
  • Florida
  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida
  • Spanish