Bradley P. Pollina is an associate in the firm's Litigation and Employment practice groups. His litigation practice focuses on commercial litigation. Bradley has handled various matters in the federal and state courts of New York, including lawsuits under RICO, the federal securities laws, various state consumer protection laws, and creditors' rights and judgment enforcement disputes. Bradley has also advised corporate and individual clients navigating civil and criminal government investigations, and has represented clients providing testimony to various government agencies, including the Department of Justice and the Securities Exchange Commission. Bradley has recently been appointed to a term of service on the Committee on State Courts of Superior Jurisdiction of the New York City Bar Association.
Prior to joining Cole Schotz, Bradley practiced as a litigation associate with two firms in New York City. He also served as a law clerk for the Honorable Gregory H. Woods, United States District Judge for the Southern District of New York, and for the Honorable Gabriel W. Gorenstein, United States Magistrate Judge for the Southern District of New York.
Bradley graduated magna cum laude from New York University School of Law and received his undergraduate degree, cum laude, from Georgetown University. During law school, Bradley served as a managing editor on the Journal of Law & Liberty and at graduation, received the Betty Bock Prize for excellence in antitrust law.
Real Estate & Construction Law January 27, 2021Bradley P. Pollina
WARN Act Update: Amount of Notice Provided for Pandemic-Related Mass Layoffs Subject to Close Judicial Scrutiny
Employment Law January 7, 2021Bradley P. Pollina
Real Estate & Construction Law December 2, 2020Bradley P. Pollina
Real Estate & Construction Law November 3, 2020Bradley P. Pollina
Employment Law June 15, 2020Bradley P. Pollina
Will Unionized New York City Construction Workers be Entitled to Premium Pay Under Pending City Legislation?
Real Estate & Construction Law April 27, 2020Jason R. Finkelstein and Bradley P. Pollina
New York City Council Announces Expansive COVID-19 Relief Package, Including an "Essential Workers Bill of Rights"
Employment Law April 23, 2020Bradley P. Pollina
Employment Law April 14, 2020Arianna Christopher and Bradley P. Pollina
Employment Law April 6, 2020Bradley P. Pollina
Employment Law March 27, 2020Randi W. Kochman and Bradley P. Pollina
Second Circuit Court of Appeals Rules that FLSA Settlements Reached via Rule 68 Offers of Judgment Do Not Require Court Approval
Employment Law December 17, 2019Bradley P. Pollina
Full Scale Cannabis Legalization Fails in New York, but Legislature Approves Significant Decriminalization Measures
Cannabis Law June 25, 2019Bradley P. Pollina
New York State Assembly Majority Leader Announces Intention to Introduce Cannabis Legalization Bill Providing for Expungement of Low-Level Cannabis-Related Criminal Records
Cannabis Law May 23, 2019Bradley P. Pollina