Brann & Isaacson has more than 25 years of experience representing direct marketers throughout the United States. The mail order company L. L. Bean was among its first clients. The firm now represents more than 70 direct marketing companies as special counsel for tax, trade regulation, international commercial transactions, litigation and vendor relations. Its clients include The Reader's Digest Association, Sharper Image, Lillian Vernon Corporation, Talbots, Time, The Orvis Company, Scholastic Book Clubs, BMG Direct Marketing, Micron Electronics, Crutchfield Corporation, CompUSA, Furniture.com, Random House Books, Prodigy Services Corporation, Bantam Books.com and The Bradford Exchange. The firm also serves as tax counsel for the Direct Marketing Association, one of the nation's largest trade associations representing the interests of direct marketers. The firm is headquartered in Lewiston, Maine.