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Bradley R. Bobroff

Bradley R. Bobroff

Partner

Brad Bobroff is a partner in the Litigation Department. He is an experienced counselor, litigator and trial lawyer whose broad practice involves a wide variety of complex, high-stakes commercial and fiduciary litigation matters. He represents public and private companies and high-net-worth individuals, most often in state or federal courts in New York, Delaware and Florida, and before domestic and international arbitration panels.

Brad typically handles matters involving contract disputes, fraud, business torts, fiduciary duty claims, disputes between and among trust beneficiaries and trustees, intellectual property disputes and professional negligence claims. He has extensive litigation and arbitration experience at all stages of the legal process, including strategy development, investigations, discovery, substantive and procedural motions, and representing clients at mediation, in settlement negotiations and at trial. In addition, clients often call upon him to serve as outside general counsel, a role in which he is known for providing pragmatic and sound advice.

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Taming the Bull Rider: Chancery Court Reining in Mootness Fee Awards in Merger Litigation

Last month, the Delaware Chancery Court drastically reduced – from $275,000 to $50,000 – a mootness fee award requested by plaintiffs’ counsel in a lawsuit challenging the merger between PayPal and Xoom Corporation, finding the supplemental disclosures that flowed from the lawsuit provided only minor benefits to stockholders. In re Xoom Corp. Stockholder Litigation. The steep … Continue Reading

Running Into a Brick Wall, Who Wears a Black Robe: Tips For Trying a Case Before a Hostile Judge

For trial lawyers, hostile adversaries are par for the course. But judges are supposed to be irreproachably impartial, right? That is, after all, the very cornerstone of our judicial system. So when you find yourself trying a case in front of a judge who is openly hostile to your witnesses or your client’s case – particularly if … Continue Reading
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