Bryan Weintrop practices complex commercial litigation for companies in the financial services, real estate, and advertising industries, as well as food, drug and dietary supplement manufacturers.
He regularly represents clients in state and federal courts in a wide range of matters, including general business disputes, complex real estate transaction disputes, consumer financial services defense, fair credit and fair lending defense, defamation defense, unfair competition defense, commercial unlawful detainer, and automotive repair regulatory defense.
- Defended $50 million specific performance action regarding a complex commercial real estate transaction, which proceeded through a 15-day bench trial, resulting in a defense victory.
- Drafted multiple briefs before the California Court of Appeal on complex issues, including the California anti-SLAPP statute and California agency law.
- Obtained a victory through summary judgment on behalf of a pro bono client, the mother of a special needs child accused by a school district of parental liability in action related to sexual abuse on school property.
- Negotiated multiple settlement agreements in numerous representative matters, including under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act and Fair Credit Reporting Act, and in breach of warranty disputes.
- Regularly enforces arbitration provisions on behalf of several clients.
- J.D. UCLA School of Law 2015
- B.A. History and Political Science summa cum laude University of Missouri 2012
Bar Admissions : California
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