Broynn believes understanding the client is what leads to understanding the problem. Her client-centered approach to practicing law includes prompt responses, attention to detail, and excellent listening skills. Clients can trust that her advice is based upon a fulsome review of their legal position as well as all other practical considerations, including emotional and financial concerns.
Broynn’s practice focuses on Corporate Commercial Law. In her Corporate Commercial work, Broynn is a trusted advisor to clients navigating a wide variety of legal matters. She advises clients on mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance and reorganization, share sales, commercial real estate, commercial leases, and contract drafting and reviewing for product and service agreements. Additionally, she delivers strategic and tailored solutions to businesses that are just getting started, are looking to expand, or are already well-established.
In the area of Human Rights Law, she regularly provides strategic responses for companies insured against human rights claims. She also has ample experience with condominium law, drafting and reviewing By-laws.
Broynn is known for her exceptional drafting skills and creative problem solving. Clients regularly turn to her for corporate-side employment matters including the review and drafting of employment and contractor agreements and policies.
Fertility and Surrogacy Law is also an area of interest for Broynn. Fertility and surrogacy services continue to evolve, creating relatively new legal issues. Broynn has developed the necessary skills to provide knowledgeable counsel to clients regarding their rights, obligations, and expectations in this very specialized area of the law. She is dedicated to advocating for surrogates, arranging effective agreements with both empathy and a keen understanding of the legal framework involved.
Broynn’s empathetic predisposition extends beyond her practice to community service. A former volunteer with Student Legal Services, she embraces opportunities to make the legal system more accessible in her community.