Elizabeth L. Bradley, Esq.
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Elizabeth Bradley was raised in San Francisco and San Diego, California. She received her Bachelor of Arts (International Relations) from the University of San Diego in 1989. Ms. Bradley earned her Juris Doctor in 1994 from California Western School of Law, where she interned with the California Court of Appeal, Fourth District (Hon. Don Work). Ms. Bradley gained admittance to the California Bar in 1994. She is also admitted to practice before the federal courts of the Central, Southern and Northern Districts of California, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Ms. Bradley joined RosenSaba, LLP as Special Counsel in 2010, continuing her employment litigation practice, as well as handling numerous complex business litigation and legal malpractice matters. In 2013, Mr. Rosen and Ms. Bradley obtained a $5.7 million age discrimination verdict in favor of four minimum wage restaurant workers. For the firm’s defense clients, Ms. Bradley has obtained numerous dismissals and summary judgment results, including victories in the Court of Appeals. In 2015, Ms. Bradley became a Partner of the firm, and continues to prosecute and defend complex business litigation, women’s rights, professional responsibility, landlord rights, employment law, celebrity and entertainment industry disputes. Ms. Bradley is also proficient in the collection, review and production of Electronic Discovery Information pursuant to complex California and Federal rules.
In 2016, Ms. Bradley was a featured speaker at the LAPA conference on the topic of California’s Non-Competition Laws.
Before joining RosenSaba, LLP, Ms. Bradley gained extensive litigation experience working for other firms and owning her own litigation law firm called Bradley & Bradley, LLP. Ms. Bradley dedicated her practice to business, employment, real estate and entertainment matters. In 2009, Ms. Bradley won a $1.2 million judgment in a lengthy bench trial between business partners. In a wrongful termination action, Ms. Bradley obtained summary judgment in favor of a prominent energy company and successfully defended the judgment on appeal. In a wide range of other matters, Ms. Bradley was frequently retained by small local firms and sole practitioners to handle complex law and motion matters and civil appeals. Shortly before her partner and mother, Ms. Franco Bradley retired in 2010, the Bradleys were the subject of a Los Angeles Daily Journal feature story. (Read the article)
Past and present affiliations: State Bar of California; Los Angeles County Bar Association (Labor and Employment and Litigation Sections); Women’s Lawyers Association of Los Angeles (WLALA); Latina Lawyers Bar Association; California Minority Council Program; and Beverly Hills Bar Association (Past Member of the Board of Governors).