With a 12-year wealth of knowledge from his previous career in the construction industry, Troy Domina is able to infuse his practice with years of real world experience.
While working in construction, Troy became skilled in several trades and held multiple contracting licenses. Now, he focuses his practice primarily on construction litigation, complex business and commercial litigation, representing individuals and businesses in a variety of matters including contract claims, business disputes and tort actions. In addition to written and oral motion practice, Troy has represented both plaintiffs and defendants through jury and bench trials and successfully confirmed verdicts on appeal.
Prior to joining Brownstein, he was an associate with Schwartz Flansburg. While in law school, he earned a Business and Commercial Law Certificate and a CALI Excellence for the Future Award. Troy also clerked at Anderson & Byrd and participated in the University of Kansas School of Law’s moot court program.