Brittney Justice represents clients across a range of industries in litigation and government enforcement and investigations in federal and state courts. She provides advice on diverse matters, including securities litigation, complex commercial disputes, environmental claims and government investigations. Brittney is also a member of the firm’s COVID-19 Crisis and Recovery Task Force, advising clients on various issues related to the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic, including matters related to the government’s stimulus loan programs.
Brittney is also a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US) by the International Association of Privacy Professionals, which accredits lawyers and other professionals with knowledge of privacy best practices, information technology issues, and relevant US and international laws. Brittney focuses on cybersecurity and data privacy matters, including privacy litigation, compliance with state and global data privacy laws, and drafting privacy policies and contracts. She also advises on all aspects of data breach incident investigation and response, including directing privileged forensic investigations, coordinating and supporting internal incident response teams, engaging with law enforcement authorities and other federal agencies, and advising senior management on response and risk mitigation strategies.
Prior to joining Bracewell, Brittney was a legal intern for Judge Bland with Texas’ First Court of Appeals.
Recent Notable Matters
Individual businessman — represented individual seeking Presidential pardon related to 2012 guilty plea to federal public corruption charges
Publications and Speeches
“Non-Federal Infrastructure Projects and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in the Federal Courts: The Dakota Access and Keystone XL Pipelines,” ABA Infrastructure Magazine, Vol. 60, No. 2, Winter 2021.