Jay J. Price is Of Counsel at Brown Law Group. He practices in the area of labor and employment law, with a particular emphasis on class action litigation, especially in the area of wage and hour laws.

Prior to joining Brown Law Group, Mr. Price was the head of the Employment Litigation Group for Bank of America’s Legal Department where he practiced for 34 years. In this capacity he managed the entire domestic employment­-related litigation docket. Throughout his career, he tried matters in both court and arbitrations, assisted on jury trials, performed transactional work, and provided ongoing advice and counsel.

Mr. Price received his B.S. degree, in Management and his M.B.A. in Finance from the University of Illinois and his J.D. degree cum laude, from Loyola University Chicago. After graduating law school, Mr. Price clerked for the federal district court in Chicago for two years before joining Orrick, Herrington, & Sutcliffe in San Francisco.

Mr. Price has been a frequent speaker on employment law and related topics, particularly class actions, the FLSA and nuances of California employment law. He is a member of a number of employment­related committees of the major bar associations, including the ABA, and the California and San Francisco bars.

During Mr. Price’s tenure at Bank of America he has been honored and recognized throughout his career with a variety of awards from both the Human Resources and General Counsel departments. He is a champion for diversity in the legal community and long­standing supporter of United Way of the Bay Area, where he has served for over 20 years as a member of its Koko Campaign focused on the legal profession.

He is an avid mountain biker in search of new trails and an aspiring tennis player.