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Brownstein & Nguyen

Welcome to the website of Brownstein & Nguyen, a firm of attorneys in Atlanta, Georgia focused on immigration matters, business litigation and personal injury cases.

Since 1994, our firm’s lawyers have provided superior legal services to individuals, professionals, and businesses needing advice and representation for:
  • Business litigation
  • Personal injury advice and representation
  • Immigration

The firm’s founding partners have over 45 years of combined experience in their respective areas of practice.

Jay Brownstein is a civil trial attorney with 25 years of experience representing individuals and business clients throughout all phases of business disputes and personal injury litigation, including trials and appeals. Mr. Brownstein also advises and represents business owners on a range of business matters.

Tien Nguyen, an immigration lawyer with over 20 years of experience, represents clients in all aspects of immigration matters, petitions and cases before government agencies and offices, courts and appeal boards. The firm is peer-rated AV by Martindale-Hubbell, indicating the highest level of legal skill and ethics, and our lawyers have been recognized as being among the best in their practice areas.


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  • Very knowledgeable

    “My sister had gotten into a really bad auto accident and had compiled close to 300k in medical bills. The person responsible had very little insurance (minimal coverage from very bad insurance company). Jay and his team was able to use different avenues to seek compensation where she was able to receive over 100K for damages.”
  • If you want personal attention, call Mr. Brownstein.

    “I hired Mr. Brownstein to represent me in a wrongful termination suit. He took me seriously and investigated my accusations. He gathered all of the necessary paperwork and information necessary and always kept me informed as to what was going on with my case. He contacted my former employer and handled everything with their attorney. He got me a good settlement without ever going to court. One of the things that I really appreciated about Mr. Brownstein is that he always answered my calls or called me right back. I never felt neglected or pushed to the side.”

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From the Blog

  • Controversy and Uncertainty Surrounding H-1B Visas (4/16/2017) - Weeks ago, an Oregon plaintiff filed a lawsuit that challenged the H-1B lottery as violating the immigration law which provides that visas will be issued on a “first come, first serve” basis in accordance with their filing dates. The judge dismissed the case, ruling that the official filing of an H-1B visa occurs only when the […]
  • Federal Crackdown on Sanctuary Cities (4/16/2017) - Recently, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced that The Justice Department will enforce President Trump’s executive order to withhold federal funding from sanctuary cities. Under the order, which was announced January 25, 2017, in order to receive federal grants cities must prove that they have complied with federal immigration laws. According to the executive order: Tens of thousands of […]
  • Trump’s Revised Travel Ban Blocked by Honolulu Judge (3/21/2017) - On March 6, 2017 President Trump issued his second executive order to-date, banning foreigners from six Muslim-majority countries from traveling to the U.S. The new executive order, which was due to go into effect on March 15, was a revised version of Trump’s first travel ban, which he rescinded after questions of its adherence to the U.S. […]

The Offices of Brownstein & Nguyen are located at:
2010 Montreal Road, Tucker, Georgia 30084.