560 Green Bay Road, Suite 402
Winnetka, Illinois 60093
Mr. Brewster currently serves on the following ABA committees:
Vice-Chair, Ethics and Professionalism Committee (2017–Present)
Vice-Chair, Substance Use Disorders and Mental Health Advisory Board (2016–Present)
Vice-Chair, Sponsorship Committee (2014–18)
Vice-Chair, Membership Committee (2013–17)
Chair, Life Sciences Committee (2014–2016)
Vice-Chair, Life Sciences Committee
He has also served on:
Mr. Brewster’s experience includes the representation of healthcare systems, physicians, technology companies and relators in qui tam actions under the False Claims Act. He has represented such clients in anti-kickback compliance, regulatory matters, litigation and qui tam cases. Mr. Brewster has extensive experience in joint venture and fraud-related litigation and Medicare audits. He has also been involved in internal investigations, recall issues and product liability related matters.
Previously, Mr. Brewster served as Corporate Counsel and Senior Advisor to Optasia Medical, Ltd., a U.K.-based medical device company focused on musculoskeletal diseases. Mr. Brewster also served as Corporate Counsel to the North American subsidiary of Brainlab AG, a German medical device company. He has also served as Associate Counsel to Allscripts Healthcare Solutions, Inc., a publicly traded electronic health records company. Mr. Brewster’s law firm experience includes associate positions at the international law firms of McGuireWoods LLP and Weil Gotshal & Manges LLP.
Mr. Brewster is a graduate of Boston College Law School and Syracuse University (summa cum laude). He is licensed to practice law in Illinois (2005) and Massachusetts (2003). He is admitted to the United States District Courts for Northern and Central Illinois. Separate from his legal practice, Mr. Brewster’s first patent as co-inventor is available here.
In his personal time, Mr. Brewster enjoys training Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and fly fishing and hunting throughout America including in Alaska, Louisiana, New Mexico, Michigan, Montana and Wyoming.