President and Trial Attorney
Tae Im has been a California litigation attorney for more than 30 years. He first worked at defending insurance companies and their insureds at Wise, Wiezorek, Timmons, & Wise and Sedgwick, Detert, Moran & Arnold. Using the experience he gained defending insurance companies, he then worked at Callahan & Blain for more than 12 years representing policyholders which he continues to do at the Brower Law Group. His practice also involves letters demanding coverage under CGL, homeowners, auto, truckers, E&O, D&O, HOA, EPL, fiduciary, disability, life insurance, annuity, ERISA, employee benefits, and workers compensation policies. He has handled all aspects of bad faith, declaratory relief, ERISA, contribution, interpleader and subrogation actions in California, New York, Florida, and Maryland.
Steven Brower has been a California litigation attorney for over 38 years. Prior to founding the Brower Law Group he worked for several prestigious law firms including, most recently, over 10 years as a Shareholder in the Orange County, California office of Buchalter, a 60+ year old California-based law firm with over 200 attorneys. His practice involves all types of civil litigation with particular emphasis on insurance coverage (primarily for policyholders), computer technology (including software failures, e-discovery consulting and finding "John Doe" on the internet), intellectual property, trade secrets, breach of contract, fraud, libel and professional liability (malpractice). He has been lead counsel on multiple jury trials and bench trials and he has also represented clients in arbitrations and in hundreds of mediations.
Christian Na has been a California litigation attorney for over six years. He worked at Watkins & Lefosy and The Legacy Lawyers prior to joining the Brower Law Group. His experience includes insurance subrogation, employment law, and general civil litigation. He also has experience in various probate, trust, and conservatorship matters. Since joining the Brower Law Group, his practice has expanded to include insurance coverage, breach of contract, defamation, professional negligence (CPA), Proposition 64 petitions, and trespass to timber.