Brett M. Woodburn
Brett is a shareholder in the corporate group and focuses his practice on real estate law. Additionally he handles professional licensing law, employment law and policy and general corporate matters. Prior to joining private practice, Brett was a Clerk to the Honorable John M. Cleland, 48th Judicial District, McKean County.
- Real Estate Law and Litigation
- Alternative Dispute Resolution and Mediation
- Trade Associations
Brett serves as General Counsel to Keystone Human Services and was Associate General Counsel to the Pennsylvania Association of Realtors® for more than 15 years. He currently represents several real estate brokerages, brokers and agents across the Commonwealth.
Areas of Practice: Brett practices in the areas of Real Estate Broker Law, Commercial, Retail, and Residential Real Estate Transactions and Title Insurance, Business and Corporate, Alternative Dispute Resolution and Mediation. Brett has represented real estate brokers and agents in various litigation matters, including errors & omissions defense, failure to disclose cases, and licensing defense matters for nearly 20 years.
Honors and Awards: Angelo Skarlatos Award, 2012, Super Lawyers 2011-2018
Memberships and Activities: Brett is a member of the Dauphin County, Pennsylvania and American Bar Associations and is a past member of the Board of Directors for the Pennsylvania Bar Institute. Within the PA Bar Association he is a past-chairperson and council member for the Real Property Division of the Real Property, Probate and Trust Section, is past chair of the Plain English Committee and currently services on the Charitable Organizations Committee, Legal Services to Persons with Disabilities Committee, ADR Committee and Veterans Affairs Committee.
Jurisdictions: Brett is licensed to practice in Pennsylvania, the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania, U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania and the U.S. Court of Appeals, 3rd Circuit.
Education and Background: Brett earned his JD from Ohio Northern University where he was the Lead Articles Editor of the Law Review, and he earned a Bachelor’s Degree from Allegheny College.