Trevor Bradley

Trevor L. Bradley

Associate

Trevor L. Bradley

Associate

  • Overview

    Biography

    Trevor Bradley, a member of the firm’s Business Litigation Group and Manufacturing Industry Team, focuses his practice on complex commercial litigation and product liability matters.

    Commercial Litigation

    Mr. Bradley handles complex business disputes, such as breach of contract claims, and business torts involving fraud, misrepresentation, and tortious interference with contract and business relations. He also represents clients in matters involving unfair and deceptive trade practices, racketeering, securities and antitrust violations, and intellectual property claims. His clients range from Fortune 500 companies to small, family-owned businesses in a broad variety of industrial and commercial sectors. Mr. Bradley recently assisted a client, a global provider of financial information and analytics, with successfully obtaining a partial motion for summary judgment in a breach of contract case, substantially reducing the client’s potential damages.

    Product Liability Litigation

    Mr. Bradley regularly handles product liability cases, including toxic tort and mass tort claims. He assists with claims in which products are alleged to have led to property damage and personal injury. His clients have included manufacturers and distributors of products and equipment in a variety of industries, including the automotive, aviation and aerospace, construction, chemical, and medical industries. Mr. Bradley is currently assisting in the representation of a global manufacturer of specialty chemicals in an ongoing case involving an explosion on a container ship.

    Prior to joining Robinson+Cole, Mr. Bradley was an associate in the Boston office of a regional firm. While attending law school, he served as a publication editor of the Quinnipiac Law Review and as a member of the Quinnipiac Moot Court Society. Additionally, Mr. Bradley worked as a law clerk for a law firm in Hartford, Connecticut, and as a legal intern for the Westchester County District Attorney’s Office. 

  • Experience
    • Experience

      Experience

      • Assisted with successfully obtaining partial summary judgment on behalf of a client, a global provider of integrated financial information and analytics. Conducted legal research and wrote arguments in the briefs in support of the motion. The ruling dramatically reduced the client’s potential damages in the litigation, in which an outsourcing company alleges breach of contract.

      • Currently assisting in representation of shipper of cargo on the MSC Flaminia, which experienced a major casualty in transit to Europe in 2012 resulting in crew member casualties, lost cargo, and extensive vessel damage. All claims have been consolidated in the Southern District of New York. 

      • Currently assisting in representation of a data backup company in lawsuit brought in Connecticut federal court against former executive for breach of employment and stock option agreements. 

      • Currently assisting in defending a family owned and operated in-home care agency in lawsuit brought in Connecticut state court alleging claims of tortious interference with contractual and business relations and unfair trade practices.

      • Currently assisting in representation of home health and hospice provider in lawsuit brought in the Southern District of New York involving claims of breach of contract stemming from an asset purchase agreement.

      • Currently assisting in representation of subcontractor against claims of construction defects relating to the design and installation of an interiorscape and vegetated roof.

      • Assisted with successfully defending a manufacturer of aftermarket–products for the automotive industry in lawsuit brought in Massachusetts federal court alleging personal injury as a result of alleged benzene exposure. *

      • Assisted with successfully defending a spray polyurethane foam manufacturer in lawsuit brought in Connecticut federal court alleging property damage and personal injury as a result of alleged isocyanate exposure. *

      • Assisted with successfully defending a publicly-traded manufacturer of personal care electrical products in lawsuit brought in Massachusetts state court alleging property damage as a result of a fire. *

      • Assisted with successfully defending Fortune 100 conglomerate in lawsuits brought in Connecticut and Massachusetts courts alleging various lung ailments resulting from alleged exposure to asbestos containing automotive and aviation products. *

        * Attorney Bradley was counsel in these representative matters before joining Robinson+Cole.

         

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    • Professional Associations

      Professional Associations

      Massachusetts Bar Association

      Connecticut Bar Association

      New York State Bar Association