Brett Schweinberg is an experienced real estate litigator who represents clients in a wide variety of disputes.  Attentive and meticulous, Brett cultivates a style of representation which holds clear communication, strong attorney-client relationships, and fierce advocacy as its core values.

Prior to joining the real estate litigation team at G3MH, Brett practiced in the areas of land use, zoning, landlord/tenant disputes, and contentious mortgage foreclosure cases in which he championed the rights of vulnerable homeowners.

Brett graduated Cum Laude from Tulane University Law School in 2018, where he practiced in the school’s Civil Rights and Federal Practice Clinic, representing clients seeking justice under the Fair Housing Act. During his time at Tulane, he also held a position as a Policy Analyst for the Royal Cambodian Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts in Phnom Penh.  Before studying law, Brett earned a Bachelor of Science degree in print and multimedia journalism from Emerson College.

In addition to his background as an attorney, Brett is an award-winning journalist who is recognized for his coverage of environmental damage along the Louisiana coastline stemming from irresponsible fossil fuel exploration.  In both Louisiana and his native Illinois, Brett also enjoyed his time as a beat reporter, covering local issues around crime, schools, city government, human interest, and business.

Brett counts hands-on experience among his core personal values and has spent years working as a skilled tradesman with licensed contractors.  This background continues to provide him with unique insights in disputes involving construction defects and allegations of poor workmanship or failure to meet industry standard best practices.