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Brad S Kane

Brad S Kane

Kane Law Firm
  • Business Law, Employment Law, Landlord Tenant
  • Alaska, California, Washington
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Biography

Brad S. Kane has practiced law for more than twenty years in California, Washington, and Alaska. After a decade-long career in “Big Law,” in 2001 Mr. Kane started the Kane Law Firm, a Los Angeles-based practice. Mr. Kane takes a unique, humanistic approach with clients, always keeping the client engaged in their case and counseling clients toward fair and reasonable solutions to often emotional and complex problems.

The Kane Law Firm follows Mr. Kane’s interdisciplinary approach to law and avoids the often myopic “over-specialization” or one-sided thinking caused by only representing one side to a particular kind of dispute. For example, Mr. Kane regularly counsels and represents small and medium sized employers on the handling of employee disputes, while also representing aggrieved employees with serious claims against their own employers.

As a result, Mr. Kane is constantly searching for outside the box solutions to litigation and negotiations in areas spanning employment law, entertainment, insurance coverage, as well as business and corporation litigation. In fact, Mr. Kane has a reputation amongst his associates and colleagues of “taking cases no one else would take” and turning them into gold.

Finally, Mr. Kane has an unshakable faith in our justice system derived from his experience clerking for Alaska Supreme Court Chief Justice Jay A. Rabinowitz, his experience as a lawyer, and serving over 250 times as a Judge Pro Tem. To Mr. Kane, the judicial system holds a unique ability to shape a person’s world view and how people see themselves. Mr. Kane earned his J.D. from Hastings College of the Law and his B.A. in history from University of California Los Angeles.

Practice Areas
    Business Law
    Business Contracts, Business Litigation, Partnership & Shareholder Disputes
    Employment Law
    Employee Benefits, Employment Contracts, Employment Discrimination, Overtime & Unpaid Wages, Sexual Harassment, Whistleblower, Wrongful Termination
    Landlord Tenant
    Rent Control, Tenants' Rights
Additional Practice Area
  • General Civil
Fees
  • Free Consultation
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Contingent Fees
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Alaska
Alaska Bar Association
ID Number: 9111089
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California
State Bar of California
ID Number: 151547
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Washington
Washington State Bar Association
ID Number: 33552
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Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Owner
Kane Law Firm
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General Counsel
Kane Automotive Group
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Education
University of California Hastings College of the Law
J.D.
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University of California - Los Angeles
B.A.
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Awards
Professional Associations
Washington State Bar Association  # 33552
Member
- Current
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Publications
Websites & Blogs
Website
Kane Law Firm Website
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Unpaid Models Website
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Unpaid Nannies Website
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Ask Brad Instagram
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Legal Answers
6 Questions Answered
Q. To be clear, a hostile work environment, wrongful termination, harassment, and/or retaliation are NOT illegal ?
A: A hostile work environment, wrongful termination, harassment, and/or retaliation are illegal, when motivated by hostility to: (i) a protected class; or (ii) the employee opposing illegal conduct or exercising legally protected rights - such as taking a protected medical leave or asking about their proper pay.
Q. I was terminated a few days after receiving an email from my employer showing his concern that I was going to sue them
A: Being a bad boss is not illegal. However, you may have legal protection if the name calling and outburst was motivated by your membership in or association with a protected class such as race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, military service, pregnancy, disability, etc. or opposing illegal conduct.
Q. Non employees
A: Your employer can fire you if you refuse to train the other employees, even if they are not on the books. You can report your employer to the Labor Commissioner for the illegal employment practices. While your employer cannot legally retaliate against you for making the report, you will need to be prepared to look for another job and look for a lawyer to assist you if your employer does retaliate.
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Contact & Map
1154 S Crescent Heights Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90035
Telephone: (323) 697-9840
Fax: (323) 571-3579
Monday: 9 AM - 5 PM
Tuesday: 9 AM - 5 PM
Wednesday: 9 AM - 5 PM
Thursday: 9 AM - 5 PM
Friday: 9 AM - 5 PM
Saturday: Closed (Today)
Sunday: Closed