Brad deBeaubien practices primarily in the area of business litigation, with an emphasis on bankruptcy and labor and employment law. Brad's bankruptcy practice includes the representation of debtors in Chapter 11 cases, secured and unsecured creditors, financial institutions and trustees. Brad also has extensive experience in preferential transfer litigation.
Brad’s labor and employment practice focuses on representing employers in a wide variety of state and federal employment law matters, including wage and hour litigation, discrimination actions, restrictive covenant and trade secret claims, and other employment litigation. Brad routinely assists clients in developing and preparing employment policies, employee handbooks, employment and independent contractor agreements, restrictive covenant agreements, and severance agreements.
While in law school, Brad was an associate editor on the Florida State University Law Review and served as a Teaching Assistant for Legal Research and Writing. He was also a Certified Legal Intern in the felony division of the Public Defender’s Office for Florida's 2nd Judicial Circuit. Prior to attending law school, Brad taught math to middle school students in Lenk, Switzerland, and taught American History to high school students in Richmond, Virginia.