Harper F. Brown


Harper F. Brown


Harper Brown is a litigation attorney who advises and represents clients in a wide range of disputes, including fiduciary litigation, securities litigation, government investigations, and contract and warranty disputes. Her experience includes representing clients through all stages of litigation in both state and federal courts — from filing the complaint through trial. Harper also has experience counseling clients through government inquiries from a variety of federal and state agencies.

Prior to joining Foley, Harper was a legal intern for several government agencies and a global manufacturing company.

Awards and Recognition

  • Gwynette E. Smalley Law Review Prize (2021)
16 April 2024 Foley Ignite

Significant Recent Decisions Relevant To Private Company M&A

In navigating the complex world of private company mergers and acquisitions (M&A), understanding recent legal decisions is paramount.
01 November 2023 Deals and Wins

Foley Wins Dismissal for City of Milwaukee in FCA Suit

Foley & Lardner LLP represented the City of Milwaukee in winning dismissal of a False Claims Act suit in which a pair of relators alleged that the city, county, and housing authority of Milwaukee falsely certified compliance with anti-discrimination and housing laws to receive government funding.
19 April 2023 Deals and Wins

Foley Wins Motion to Dismiss for City of Milwaukee in FCA Suit

Foley & Lardner LLP represented the City of Milwaukee in prevailing in a motion to dismiss a False Claims Act suit.
14 March 2023 Innovative Technology Insights

Can Directors/Officers be Liable for Depositing Corporate Funds in and Borrowing from a Bank Taken Over by the FDIC?

While the FDIC and the Treasury Department have since stepped in to ensure that all deposits are protected, the Silicon Valley Bank collapse is an opportunity for corporate directors and officers to reassess their current risks relating to cash management and investment policies in the current environment of economic uncertainty.
22 December 2022 Newsletters

Dual-Hatted CEO and CCO Named Individually in SEC Settlement for Compliance Violations

On December 5, 2022, the SEC filed a settled action against investment advisory firm Two Point Capital Management Inc. and its chief executive officer, who also served as the Firm’s chief compliance officer until February 2021.
04 October 2022 Manufacturing Industry Advisor

The SEC Focuses on Supply Chain Disruptions: COVID, Russia-Ukraine Conflict and More

Public companies must not lose sight of how supply chain disruptions impact their disclosure obligations under federal securities laws.