Brandon Bridges has always been intrigued by how laws are created and enforced, and because of that he believes every client deserves a knowledgeable and dedicated advocate. Brandon serves as such an advocate, helping corporate clients navigate the often complex challenges of business issues through his commercial litigation practice.
Brandon represents clients in a variety of commercial litigation matters including business torts, breach of contract, non-solicitation/non-competes, restructuring, securities, employment, and trade secrets.
He has conducted internal investigations into allegations of embezzlement and managed the defense strategy for defeating class action certification in a nationwide RICO and consumer fraud suit.
Prior to joining Barnes & Thornburg, Brandon worked in the U.S. for two international law firms, where he began honing his litigation skills. He knows how to navigate virtually all aspects of discovery, prepare expert and fact witnesses for deposition and trial, and manage document review and production.
He also guides clients through effective litigation strategies and drafts pleadings, expert reports, discovery, motions, and briefs. He has also worked with clients on issues related to the Federal Trade Commission Act.
In addition to his clerkships, Brandon was an extern for the Honorable Ann Claire Williams of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit and an intern with the Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice during law school.
Professional and Community Involvement
Young Professionals Board, Legal Assistance Foundation
Member, Federal Bar Association
Member, Seventh Circuit Bar Association