Trevor Bradley is a commercial litigator who focuses his practice on resolving a wide-range of complex business disputes for his clients. Trevor has significant experience litigating cases in the state and federal courts throughout the United States. His clients range from Fortune 500 companies to small, family-owned businesses in a broad variety of industrial and commercial sectors. Trevor is a member of the firm’s Business Litigation, the Intellecutal Property + Technology, and the Manufacturing Industry Groups.
Trevor handles all aspects of high stakes business litigation and dispute resolution. Trevor’s cases often involve breach of contract, fraud, misrepresentation, and tortious interference. Trevor has extensive experience litigating a variety of competition claims, including non-compete, non-solicitation, false advertising, trade libel, and unfair and deceptive trade practices.
Among his recent successes, Trevor recently assisted a client, a global technology provider, with obtaining a $50 million judgment and successfully foreclosing on the security interests.
Intellectual Property Litigation
Trevor litigates patent and trademark infringement lawsuits, trade secret misappropriation claims, and copyright violations in federal courts across the country. He has obtained positive results for clients in intellectual property cases involving a wide array of products and technology, including recently assisting a client, a luxury cosmetic and skincare brand, obtain a favorable settlement in a trademark infringement and counterfeiting case.
Product Liability Litigation
Trevor regularly handles product liability cases, including toxic tort and mass tort claims, for a variety of clients facing significant exposure. He assists with claims in which products are alleged to have led to property damage and personal injury. Trevor’s clients have included manufacturers and distributors of products and equipment in a diverse range of industries.
Trevor recently assisted a client, a global manufacturer of specialty chemicals, obtain a finding of no liability after two separate liability phases involving six weeks of trial in a case involving an explosion on a container ship.