Brian Statz has spent over 25 years counseling businesses to help them succeed by advising their leadership, drafting the agreements and other documents they need for operations, working with them to identify and manage risk, and handling emergencies when they arise.
For over a decade, Brian served as Vice President and General Counsel for The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, the world’s largest children’s museum and recognized as one of the top ten coolest museums in the world by The New York Times, where he led the security, visitor relations, exhibit production and facilities departments, managed construction projects, and oversaw property development. Brian also served as a spokesperson for public relations and media requests for the museum. With that experience, Brian brings significant practical and legal knowledge to assist nonprofit organizations and other businesses.
Brian has extensive litigation and administrative law experience, including appeals at the state and federal levels. Brian represents individuals as well as businesses, and enjoys helping his clients solve the problems they face.
Brian is a strategic planner and problem solver who assists clients in a variety of practice areas such as labor and employment, corporate and transactional, litigation, education, and health care.