Bradley Cebeci is Of Counsel with the Law Offices of Theodore Monroe. Brad is a litigator with extensive experience handling complex commercial disputes, trademark disputes, professional negligence actions, and product liability actions. His practice currently focuses on commercial disputes in the Internet commerce and credit card transaction processing fields, as well as professional negligence actions.
Before joining Mr. Monroe’s firm, Brad practiced law with Reed Smith LLP (formerly Crosby, Heafey, Roach & May), where he handled numerous medical device, pharmaceutical products, and toxic tort liability cases, as well as attorney malpractice matters.
Brad holds a J.D. from UCLA School of Law and a B.A. (with Honors) in Literary Theory from the University of Pennsylvania. Brad is a member of the State Bar of California and is admitted to practice before all of the State courts in California, the United States District Court for the Central District of California, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
- “Think Chargebacks Are Bad? Look What Uncle Sam Can Do,” by Theodore F. Monroe and Bradley O. Cebeci, in The Green Sheet (March 2007).
- “Hop to it When the Government Calls,” by Theodore F. Monroe and Bradley O. Cebeci, in The Green Sheet (November 2006).
- “Are You Big Brother Material? The FTC Seems to Think So,” by Theodore F. Monroe, Bradley O. Cebeci, and Eugene Rome, in The Green Sheet (September, 2006).
- “Legal Review: Is It What You Say or Who You Are?,” by Theodore F. Monroe, Bradley O. Cebeci, and William I. Rothbard, in Response Magazine(October 1, 2005).
- PDF “Recent Developments in Medicine and Law,” (co-authored with Steve Kohn, Stephanie Mendelsohn, Vani Singhal, Ginger Heyman, and Carrie M. Himphill), in Tort and Insurance Law Journal (Winter 2002).
- “Lingering Questions: Courts Grapple With Product-Liability Causation Requirement,” by Bradley O. Cebeci and Barry J. Thompson, in The Los Angeles Daily Journal (November 5, 2001).
- “More Fair Competition: Corporate Defendants Gain a Measure of Protection Against Nationwide Consumer Class Actions,” by Bradley O. Cebeci and Steven M. Kohn, in IADC Newsletter (May 2001).
- “Dead and Buried: Case That Killed Spoliation to be Applied Retroactively,” by Barry J. Thompson and Bradley O. Cebeci, in The Los Angeles Daily Journal (November 3, 2000).