Gibbons Director Robert Brady Among New Jersey Law Journal’s New Leaders Of The Bar
August 6, 2013
The New Jersey Law Journal has selected Robert C. Brady, a Director in the Business & Commercial Litigation Department of Gibbons P.C., as one of its 2013 “New Leaders of the Bar.” This feature highlights lawyers under the age of 40 who are “emblematic of the next wave of leaders of the New Jersey bar.”
Among the criteria these rising stars had to demonstrate to be selected were distinct practice niches, leadership qualities, and a commitment to pro bono and charitable work.
“Bob has distinguished himself as a talented litigator and trusted advisor to clients very early in his career,” stated Patrick C. Dunican Jr., Chairman & Managing Director of Gibbons P.C. “We are proud of Bob and all of his accomplishments.”
Mr. Brady concentrates his practice on business litigation, with a particular emphasis representing large franchisors and licensors in commercial disputes, trademark litigation, and enforcement of franchise and license agreement obligations. Additionally, he has extensive experience in litigation involving covenants not to compete and confidentiality provisions. He often litigates matters involving partnership and shareholder disputes (including oppression and dissenter’s rights cases). Mr. Brady is also well versed in financial services litigation focused upon the Fair Debt Collections Practices Act, Fair Credit Reporting Act and the Truth in Lending Act.
As a member of the New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania bars, Mr. Brady has participated in trials, appeals, and hearings in state and federal courts throughout the region. He is also experienced with arbitration and mediation proceedings before the American Arbitration Association and similar dispute resolution bodies.
He has also been recognized by the Super Lawyers as a Rising Star and by Benchmark Litigation as a Future Star. Mr. Brady serves as an adjunct professor of law at Seton Hall University School of Law, where he teaches appellate advocacy. In 2007, he was a finalist for the SBA’s Adjunct Professor of the Year Award.