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Brad S Kane

Brad S Kane

Kane Law Firm understands your problem is more than a legal transaction
  • Business Law, Employment Law, Landlord Tenant ...
  • Alaska, California, Washington
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Brad practices law at the highest legal, ethical, and moral standards. He is very conscientious and an overall great guy.
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Natasha M. June 12, 2022
Fierce Negotiator and great Trial Lawyer Brad Kane is a great attorney. He is very detail oriented and committed to understanding the facts of the case. I’ve always believed that in order to achieve something of monument you will almost definitely need support. Brad and his team of attorneys and para legals was exactly the support my family needed in order to achieve the positive outcomes in both a civil and family law matter. I have seen first hand his ability to negotiate and the level of preparation that he dedicates to going to trial. Thank you Brad for your help. My family owes you and your firm a great deal of gratitude for how you have fought and won our cases. If you are looking for a fierce negotiator that is equally if not more competent at trial then I suggest Brad and his firm. They may not be the largest firm but they are definitely quality attorneys. Thank you all again!
Walter D. January 24, 2022
When you need an attorney to stand up for you, Brad is the man I turn to. I have had several occasions when I needed the help of a dedicated and expert attorney, someone courteous, forthright and honest, approachable and empathetic, responsive, and who won't give up until he has achieved the outcome you need. Attorney Brad Kane is the person I turn to for such help. He is a very persistent, persuasive and effective advocate on my behalf, and I feel lucky and grateful to have been recommended to Mr. Kane by a friend. I highly admire his work ethic, and I wholeheartedly recommend him as an attorney.
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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
    Arbitration & Mediation
    Business - Arbitration/Mediation, Consumer - Arbitration/Mediation
Additional Practice Area
  • General Civil
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Alaska Bar Association
ID Number: 9111089
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State Bar of California
ID Number: 151547
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Washington State Bar Association
ID Number: 33552
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  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Kane Law Firm
- Current
General Counsel
Kane Automotive Group
University of California Hastings College of the Law
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University of California - Los Angeles
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Client's Choice Award 2021
Five 5-star reviews on
Top Contributor Award
Clients Choice Award 2019
Professional Associations
Washington State Bar Association  # 33552
- Current
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Speaking Engagements
President of the South Carthay Neighborhood Association and the P.I.C.O. Neighborhood Council, Town Hall Meeting Opposing SB50, Los Angeles, CA
In his own remarks, Kane presented a list of 12 potential alternatives to SB 50, which he said could be much more effective at addressing our current housing issues.
Are LA’s New Luxury Apartments Just Sitting Empty?, Los Angeles, CA
KCRW Design and Architecture
An eye-opening interview shedding light on how thousands of people are living on the streets of Los Angeles while 100,000 apartment units are reportedly sitting empty throughout the city.
CBS Radio KNX Interview - Employer/Employee Laws, Los Angeles, CA
CBS News Radio
Interview on Portugal's law penalizing employers for contacting employees outside of office hours
Websites & Blogs
Kane Law Firm Website
Unpaid Models Website
Unpaid Nannies Website
Ask Brad Instagram
Los Angeles Homelessness Article
Legal Answers
301 Questions Answered
Q. I am currently suing my employer which is a large corporation with multiple entities for wage and hour violations.
A: First, you should speak with your lawyers about your concerns. Good mediators often have limited availability and coordinating multiple counsels schedules can result in significant delays. Second, and more important, you mention that this is a seven figure class action. As a class representative, you must act to protect the interests of the class and not prefer your own personal interests, which it sounds like you are tempted to do. Thus, you efforts to settle the case without your attorney's involvement might get you disqualified/removed as a class representative either by the Court, Opposing Counsel or your own lawyers. Third, any class action settlement will have to be approved by the Court. The Court will need to hear from your attorney's why the settlement you reached without them is in the best interest of the class.
Q. If I am terminated from my employment for violating a work policy, am I allowed to request a copy of that policy?
A: You can absolutely ask for a copy of the policy. You have a right to review the contents of your personnel file under RCW 49.12.240. RCW 49.12.240 and 49.12.250 do not apply to the records of an employee relating to the investigation of a possible criminal offense. RCW 49.12.240 and 49.12.250 do not apply to information or records compiled in preparation for an impending lawsuit which would not be available to another party under the rules of pretrial discovery for causes pending in the superior courts.
Q. Would the fact I'm 60 yrs old and quit a job I love with good pay to being unemployed,show believability of toxic wplce?
A: A toxic workplace is not necessarily illegal. To have a claim for constructive wrongful termination, your supervisor's actions must be motivated by a hostility toward a protected class, such as age over 40, race, religion, gender, gender expression, sexual orientation, military service, pregnancy, disability, etc. or opposing illegal conduct. This is usually proven by direct evidence of hostility such as statements express hostility toward for protected class. For example, a statement like "we need to get rid of the dead wood" can support an inference of age discrimination. In addition, circumstantial evidence, such as comparative discipline - employees in the protected class for disciplined for things that employees outside the protected class are not disciplined for. Finally, to win a constructive termination claim, you have to prove that the conditions were so bad that no reasonable employee in your situation would have continued working. Thus, quitting a job you loved with good pay can cut both ways.
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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 (Today)
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed
Kane Law Firm
120 S Worthen St
Wenatchee, WA 98801
Telephone: (323) 937-3291
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 (Today)
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed
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