Trevor J. Brown is an Associate at Sulloway & Hollis. His practice focuses on general litigation, state taxation, real estate, medical malpractice and healthcare. His meticulous attention to detail, deep knowledge of the law and advocacy skills make him an indispensable ally to clients ranging from individuals and small businesses to hospitals, professional practice groups and multinational corporations. Mr. Brown joined the Firm in 2018, having previously worked at the Firm as a summer associate. He is based in our Concord, NH office and works with clients in New Hampshire, Vermont and Massachusetts.
Mr. Brown represents businesses, individuals and insurance companies in a wide variety of litigation matters. He regularly represents commercial clients and taxpayers in commercial and administrative litigation, with a focus on real property tax abatements and New Hampshire state tax issues. A results-driven advocate for his clients, Trevor is well qualified to represent clients in all aspects of New Hampshire state and local tax controversies, litigation and regulatory matters.
In addition, he defends medical providers, physician groups, physicians, nurses, hospitals and assisted living facilities in medical malpractice actions and before administrative agencies and licensing boards.
Whether advocating on his clients’ behalf in administrative proceedings or negotiating settlements and trying cases and appeals, Mr. Brown’s clients turn to him for practical, thorough guidance on a wide range of legal matters. He has the experience and judgment necessary to provide quality advice and advocacy to his clients. Mr. Brown strives to help them avoid litigation, but if a settlement cannot be reached, he is always prepared to take the matter to trial.
He received his J.D. cum laude from the University of New Hampshire School of Law in 2018 and his B.A. magna cum laude from Saint Michael’s College in Colchester, Vermont, in 2015. During law school, Mr. Brown was a member of the Daniel Webster Scholar Honors Program, completed several externships, served as a teaching assistant, worked in the school’s Consumer and Commercial Law Clinic, and received a certificate in Health Law and Policy.
U.S. District Court, District of New Hampshire
University of New Hampshire School of Law
J.D. cum laude
Saint Michael’s College
B.A. magna cum laude
Honors and Awards
- Saint Michael’s College, Young Alumnus of the Year, May 2020
- Chief Articles Editor for the University of New Hampshire Law Review
- Daniel Webster Scholar Honors Program, University of New Hampshire School of Law
- Health Law and Policy Certificate Recipient, University of New Hampshire School of Law
- Saint Michael’s College, Alumni Board of Directors
- Knights of Columbus, Council 92, Manchester, New Hampshire
- Town Moderator, Town of West Brookfield, Massachusetts, 2011 – 2019
- Massachusetts Moderators Association, 2011 – 2019
- Legal Update: Supreme Court Clarifies Signature Requirements for Property Tax Abatement Applications (October 2021)
- N.H. Supreme Court Clarifies Bases for Changing Real Property Assessments After Revaluation Date (October 2021)
- New State Executive Department: The N.H. Department of Energy(August 2021)
- New Housing Appeals Board Provides Expedited Reviews of Municipal Housing Decisions to Help Address Housing Shortage, 31 N.H. Bar News 12 (May 2021)
- Massachusetts Adopts “But For” Factual Causation Standard in Multiple Defendant Tort Actions (March 2021)
- Real Property Tax Abatement Updates for 2020: A Year in Review (February 2021)
- Legal Update: Charitable Tax Exemptions (February 2021)
- Property Tax Abatement Date Looms (January 2021)
- N.H. Housing Appeals Board Now Accepting Appeals (January 2021)
- The Coronavirus and Property Tax Abatements, N.H. Business Review (Dec. 16, 2020)
- NH Housing Appeals Board Gets Ready to Open for Business, 42 N.H. Business Review 15 (July 1, 2020)
- N.H. Supreme Court Provides Guidance as to “Reasonable Cause and Not Willful Neglect” Standard for Tax Abatement Applications (June 2020)
- Opportunity Zones: Promoting Development Through Long-Term Investments (June 2019)
- Form-Based Zoning: Necessary Flexibility or Subjective Nightmare?, 29 N.H. Bar News 28 (May 2019)
- Strict Property Tax Caps: A Case Study of Massachusetts’s Proposition 2 1/2, its Shortcomings, and the Path Forward, 16 U.N.H. L. Rev. 359 (2018)