Brian Cuban, the younger brother of Dallas Mavericks owner and entrepreneur Mark Cuban, is a Dallas based attorney, author and addiction recovery advocate. He is graduate of Penn State University and The University of Pittsburgh School of Law. Brian has been in long term recovery from alcohol, cocaine and bulimia since April of 2007. His first book, Shattered Image: My Triumph Over Body Dysmorphic Disorder,” chronicles his first-hand experiences living with, and recovering from, twenty-seven years of eating disorders,…
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“We were thrilled that Brian shared his story with our firm, our clients, and the ACC Greater Philadelphia legal community. I am amazed by Brian’s candor, strength, and willingness to share his struggles with mental illness, substance abuse, and an
“Brian’s presentation at our annual CLE event was outstanding. I spoke with many of my colleagues after the presentation and all of them found that what Brian had to say was important, timely, and inspirational – I have no doubt
“I run an innovative, behavioral, outpatient addiction treatment center on the west side of Chicago (www.anb.today) and we came across Brian because we were searching for a keynote speaker for our annual fundraiser. The proper selection of our speaker is
“Your talk was fantastic. We received a lot of positive feedback from our team. We really appreciate you sharing your story with us.”-John W. Porter, Partner, Baker Botts
“Brian was great. Both speeches were excellent. We have heard nothing but good things back from those who attended”-Attorney Chris A. Garcia
“Brian shared his personal and moving story of addiction and recovery at our gala to support a new center for opioid recovery. We were also fortunate to have him speak to students and medical practitioners at the University of Pittsburgh
“This was the best seminar I’ve seen in my twenty-five years of practice. Thank you for being you.”-Tim Little, attorney
“You blew us away. What a powerful and inspirational talk. Thank you so much. We are going to share it with all of our QE employees, and I know that it will be meaningful and touch people and help people.
I highly recommend Brian Cuban as a keynote speaker for your next event. Brian delivers his message of addiction, resilience, and recovery in an engaging manner that kept our audience’s attention from start to finish. Many of our community stakeholders
You are an articulate, humble, passionate, talented human being. We need more people like you! Among the feedback we got from our (hard to please) attendees was: “The best program I have EVER attended – thanks to Brian Cuban”; “Really
“I’m sure you know this already, but you were absolutely MESMERIZING at the Jax Bar lunch yesterday!”
“We invited Brian to kick-off Winston & Strawn’s 2019 commitment to opening up the dialogue around mental health. Brian pointed out in his presentation on how many in the legal field are two times as likely to suffer from anxiety,
The event featuring Brian Cuban was a huge success for the firm. The attendance at the event exceeded our expectations and we have received many positive reviews. Brian is an engaging speaker and he does an excellent job of sharing
“Thank you again for agreeing to speak to our group. It was a wonderful program and enjoyed by all!”
“I had the privilege of meeting Brian Cuban and attending his presentation at our annual South Carolina Bar Convention. I found his presentation to be engaging and enlightening to the struggles of those with addictions, eating disorders and other mental
Brian Cuban tells a powerful and compelling story that can change lives. He inspires with his honesty and his deep desire to help those around him learn from his experiences, to seek help when they need it, and, as a
“We were so grateful to have the opportunity to have Brian speak at our annual conference. As having previously attended a seminar at which Brian told his story, I knew our attendees would be captivated by him, and they were.
I enjoyed his session very much. I felt that the 2 hours went very fast and he kept my attention the entire time. It was serious, sad and funny. He has a lot of energy and is obviously passionate about
Brian answered all of our questions, whether technical or personal. I was moved by his honesty regarding the addictions that almost destroyed his life and his struggles to overcome it, even after he had been sober for a number of
“I really appreciated the in-depth and frank discussion, beginning with his childhood, to explain how Brian developed his illnesses. Brian was a very dynamic speaker who quickly captured his audience’s interest and attention. I enjoyed his presentation and got a