The head of Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck's white-collar criminal defense and investigations group has jumped to Brown Rudnick in Washington, the lawyer's new firm announced Monday.
Stephen Best, who started at Brownstein in 2010, joined Brown Rudnick as a partner in the firm's white-collar defense and government investigations group. He focuses on anti-corruption matters, including Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission cases.
Best said he left Brownstein on good terms. He noted that he continues to assist the firm with some matters, which he declined to identify.