Elizabeth L. Bradley

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Elizabeth L. Bradley is a career litigator and trial attorney.  Her practice consists primarily of prosecuting and defending professional malpractice, employment and general business litigation matters from commencement through trial, arbitration or settlement.  Elizabeth’s employment practice includes litigating claims for sexual harassment, other workplace harassment, age discrimination, gender discrimination, race discrimination, disability discrimination, retaliation, among others.  She also handles many of the firm’s civil appeals. 

Elizabeth began her career in San Diego as a Human Resources professional before entering law school, and carries that valuable experience into her employment law practice.  After interning with the California Court of Appeal, Fourth District (Hon. Don Work), she entered private practice.  Following several years of practice with litigation firms in the Los Angeles area, in 2005 Elizabeth and her mother formed Bradley & Bradley, LLP, a litigation boutique.  She began working with Rosen“RosenSaba, LLP in 2010 as Special Counsel.  In 2015, she became a Partner of the firm.


  • In 2018, Elizabeth successfully opposed summary judgment in a legal malpractice case against an international law firm.
  • In 2017, she obtained summary judgment in a FEHA housing retaliation claim brought by a former tenant, and is defending the judgment on appeal.
  • In a 2017 binding arbitration, she obtained a substantial fee award in favor a disability discrimination plaintiff despite the employer’s successful mixed motives defense.
  • In 2017, she obtained dismissal in favor of a celebrity client accused of participating in a Ponzi scheme, after a demurrer was sustained without leave to amend.
  • In 2016, she secured a favorable settlement in favor of two nurses who sued one of the largest medical centers in Northern California for retaliation after testifying in a prior sexual harassment suit.
  • In 2016, she secured a favorable settlement in favor of another nurse who sued the same Northern California medical center for race discrimination and wrongful termination.
  • In 2014, she obtained a substantial pre-filing settlement in favor of a teacher who alleged she had been wrongfully terminated based on her age.
  • In 2013, Elizabeth and Jim Rosen obtained a $5.7 million jury verdict on age discrimination and wrongful termination claims brought by four minimum wage waitresses.
  • In 2013, Elizabeth obtained a dismissal with prejudice in exchange for a waiver of costs after the protracted defense of an employee mobility and trade secrets claim brought against a lease acquisition company.
  • In 2009, Elizabeth obtained summary judgment in favor of a major energy company in a gender discrimination action, and successfully defended the judgment on appeal resulting in the frequently cited decision Henderson v. Pacific Gas & Electric Co. (2010) 187 Cal.App.4th 215.
  • In 2009, Elizabeth won a $1.2 million judgment in a lengthy bench trial between business partners, and obtained non-suit on a multi-million dollar cross-complaint.



  • Los Angeles County Bar Association
  • Women Lawyers of Los Angeles
  • Mexican American Bar Association
  • Latina Lawyers Bar Association
  • California Minority Counsel Program


  • Los Angeles County Bar Association, Professional Responsibility and Ethics Committee (Secretary, 2018-2018; Member, 2017-present)
  • Los Angeles County Bar Association President’s Advisory Committee on Women in the Legal Profession (2017-present)
  • Los Angeles County Bar Association, Diversity Committee (2017-present)
  • Los Angeles County Bar Association, Member Litigation Section, Labor and Employment Section
  • Beverly Hills Bar Association, Past Member of Board of Governors
  • Beverly Hills Bar Association, Past Chair of Resolutions Committee (now Legislative Committee)
  • Beverly Hills Bar Association, Past Delegate to State Bar Conference of Delegates
  • Beverly Hills Bar Association, Past Chair of Solo/Small Firm/Law Practice Management Section 


  • California Bar
  • United States Supreme Court
  • Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals
  • United States District Court for Central, Northern, and Southern Districts of California


  • California Western School of Law (1994) 
  • University of San Diego (1989)