Brock is a graduate of Yale University, where he majored in Russian Studies, and University of Michigan Law School. He grew up in Michigan and attended Cranbrook Schools and is now on the school's board. Brock presently lives in McLean, Virginia. 
Mr. Landry's clients include: American Lumber Standard Committee, Incorporated; Composite Panel Association; Hardwood Plywood & Veneer Association; Metal Building Manufacturers Association; Roof Coatings Manufacturers Association; Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy; American Forest & Paper Association; Bicycle Products Suppliers Association; American Iron & Steel Institute; Adhesive & Sealants Council; Recreation Vehicle Dealers Association of North America; and National Electrical Manufacturers Association.
Mr. Landry has worked with a variety of industry groups in avoiding onerous and unreasonable regulation. He was instrumental in devising and carrying out a strategy for the banking industry to alter capital proposals of the Federal Housing Finance Board that could have crippled the Federal Home Loan Bank system. For more than thirty-five years he has represented the wood products, furniture and cabinet industries in the regulation of formaldehyde emissions from their products in proceedings at OSHA, EPA, CPSC, HUD, OMB and various state agencies. Most recently, he served as counsel to the California Wood Industries Coalition in achieving reasonable Formaldehyde regulations from the California Air Resources Board. In the 111th Congress, he successfully lobbied for the passage of an amendment of the Toxic Substances Control Act to impose nation-wide standards for formaldehyde emissions, thereby wresting the issue from EPA rule-making and creating an even playing field for domestic manufacturers. He has successfully defended a range of industry associations in product-related conspiracy litigation. In Sizemore v. Georgia-Pacific, his client won summary judgment in one of the most extensive and favorable opinions describing the bases of associational liability and appropriate defenses. In the area of corporate governance, he was retained by the United Way of the National Capitol Area to assist in the rejuvenation of that charity after much publicized leadership improprieties. He has recently handled significant trade association mergers including American Bankers Association / America's Community Bankers and American Electronics Association / Information Technology Association of America.