Brad R. Becker

BIO

Brad Becker assists clients with a primary focus on real estate, commercial finance and business litigation. He works on business transactions and documentations and currently represents the Firm’s bank and other secured and unsecured creditor clients.

Brad began his legal career in Nevada with a primary focus on general civil and commercial matters working with a diverse client base that included major hotel developers and regional public utilities.

PRACTICE AREAS

Real Estate Finance & Transactions
Creditors’ Rights and Commercial Litigation
Business Litigation

EDUCATION

University of California, San Diego
B.A.University of San Diego School of Law, J.D.

ADMISSIONS

State Bar of California
State Bar of Nevada
US Court of Appeals, 9th Circuit
US District Court, Central District of California
US District Court, Northern District of California
US District Court, Southern District of California
US District Court, Eastern District of California
US District Court, District of Nevada

MEMBERSHIPS & ASSOCIATIONS

Los Angeles County Bar Association

PUBLICATIONS

“Voluntary Judicial Reference: A ‘Private Judge’ Alternative for Dispute Resolution” - Quarterly Profits

REPRESENTATIVE MATTERS

Represented a national bank obtaining full dismissal, and affirmance on appeal to the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, of $100 million damage claim against defendant bank for alleged conversion, breach of deposit agreement and failure to transfer stock.

Represented federal equity receiver obtaining federal district court approval of receiver’s distribution plan which resulted in the return of over $800 million to Ponzi scheme victims.

Drafted appellate brief resulting in full affirmance of $3 million summary judgment in favor of plaintiff bank.

Obtained full dismissal, after demurrer sustained without leave to amend, of alleged fraudulent concealment and bad faith claims seeking $13 million in damages against defendant bank.

Drafted appellate brief resulting in full affirmance of trial court order dismissing alleged unfair competition law, fraud, and breach of contract claims against defendant bank.

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