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Brandon W. Halter

Brandon W. HalterAssociateDownload PDFvCard510.808.2000


Brandon W. Halter is a member of the Trial and Litigation, Labor and Employment, and California Public Utilities Commission Practice Groups. He has extensive experience handling complex civil litigation involving significant individual and class-based claims in both state and federal courts, including matters pending simultaneously in multiple different jurisdictions. He also has represented clients in international and domestic arbitrations.

Brandon has worked on cases in a broad range of substantive fields, including employment discrimination, peace officer defense, data privacy, white collar/investigations, intellectual property and antitrust. His clients are public entities, including many different types of special districts, as well as various industries, such as manufacturing, energy, healthcare, technology and retail.

Brandon has experience handling all aspects of litigation including: drafting correspondence, memoranda, pleadings, briefs and motions; taking and defending depositions; preparing fact and expert witnesses for trial; conducting
legal research; and managing discovery.

Brandon’s employment law experience includes defending against a putative class of employees asserting discrimination-based claims, and asserting claims against former employees accused of violating obligations to their former employer. He also counsels public employers regarding employment issues ranging from wage and hour compliance to anti-discrimination statutes, and has conducted investigations into allegations of potential misconduct in a number of different settings.

He earned his J.D. from Harvard Law School and is admitted to practice in state courts in California and New York, as well as U.S. District Courts in the Northern and Eastern Districts of California.


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