DONALD E BRADLEY
Donald E. Bradley is a partner in the firm's Orange County office. Mr. Bradley specializes in commercial litigation, with emphases in consumer credit/privacy, environmental, and construction law. His work involves litigation, arbitration, mediation, and counseling regarding matters involving public and private construction, consumer credit and collection, privacy, antitrust, unfair business practice, environmental, federal procurement, health care, product liability, and general commercial law. He has represented a diverse range of commercial and individual clients in state and federal courts throughout the country, and in ADR proceedings with all major ADR organizations and private arbitrators and mediators.
Mr. Bradley is admitted to practice in all California courts, and in the United States District Court for the District of Arizona. He is a member of the Orange County Bar Association, Federal Bar Association, and Association of Business Trial Lawyers. He is an active member of the Associated General Contractors of California. He has served as the Chair of the AGC’s statewide Legal Advisory Committee, is a member of the AGC’s Legislative Committee, and is the Chair of the AGC’s Orange County District Board of Directors. He is also actively involved with the Irvine Chamber of Commerce, and is currently a member of its Board of Directors.
Mr. Bradley has contributed to numerous publications and presentations in the litigation, consumer credit/privacy, and construction fields. He is co-author with Los Angeles Superior Court Judge (ret.) Eric E. Younger of Younger On California Motions, published by Thomson-West, currently in its eleventh edition.
Mr. Bradley has also worked on a number of international matters. He speaks fluent German, and spent April through August of 1995 as a "Gastanwalt" with the Frankfurt office of the German law firm Bruckhaus Westrick Stegemann (nka Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer). He has co-authored two German publications: Handbuch des Internationalen Zwangsvollstreckungsrechts (Handbook on Enforcing German Judgments in the United States), and Das US-Amerikanische Insolvenzrecht (Guide to American Bankruptcy Law).
"Enforcing or Avoiding Your Arbitration Agreement," AGC California Constructor, (March 2004)