Brandon D. Hughey

Brandon’s practice focuses on all aspects of Federal and State taxation. He has represented clients in controversial proceedings before the Internal Revenue Service and the Alabama Department of Revenue. He has represented clients in tax and real estate cases in the United States District Court, various Alabama state circuit courts and the Alabama Supreme Court. He has also advised businesses on tax and corporate business formation, acquisitions, mergers, and dispositions. Currently, Brandon’s practice focuses on the representation of clients who invest in limited partnerships and limited liability companies that develop affordable housing projects using tax credits under Sections 42 and 47 of the Internal Revenue Code.

Prior to Liles & Rushin:

Prior to joining Liles & Rushin, LLC, Brandon was a partner at the Mobile, Alabama firm of Armbrecht Jackson LLP from 2005 to 2015, where he practiced in the areas of taxation, real estate, oil and gas, business organizations, estate planning, and trust and estate administration. He also served as an adjunct professor at the University of Mobile in 2012, teaching Advanced Federal Taxation.

Education & Honors


Northwestern University School of Law
(LL.M. in Taxation, 2005); with honors

The University of Alabama School of Law
(J.D., 2004)

Samford University
(B.S.B.A.: Accounting, 2001)

Professional & Civic Interests


Brandon is the Immediate Past President of the Alabama State Bar Young Lawyers Section and has served on multiple State Bar committees in recent years. He was a member of Class 10 of the Alabama State Bar Leadership Forum in 2014 and currently serves on the selection committee for the Leadership Forum. He is an American Bar Foundation Fellow and has served as an Alabama delegate to the ABA Young Lawyers Division General Assembly from 2011-2015. While in Mobile, Brandon served on the USA Children’s and Women’s Hospital Development Advisory Council, the MARC Professional Leadership Board, the John M. Will Scholarship Foundation, and the MS Leadership Class Advisory Council. He also has been a participant in the Big Brothers/Big Sisters program since 2011.

Admitted To Practice


Alabama