San Francisco State University,
Sonoma State University,
Thompson Coburn LLP
Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP
Law Offices of Michael B. Moore
Office Manager and Paralegal, 2008-2013
Brandy is a paralegal in the Firm's business litigation practice. She is a dedicated paralegal with extensive litigation experience in both federal and state court systems across the United States, including class actions and complex litigation. Brandy assists the practice group with all paralegal aspects of litigation including, but not limited to, e-discovery, document productions and analysis, records collection and summarization, case investigations, deposition digests, exhibit identification and preparation, trial preparation and database management.
Brandy has over 10 years of experience in the industry as a paralegal, and has taken a leading role in various projects at Thompson Coburn.
Brandy primarily assists with the Firm's business litigation practice, but she also has a paralegal background in Intellectual Property and Entertainment Law. She has been a lead paralegal on high-profile, highly publicized cases, as well as cases involving high-level celebrity clients, rock stars and sports professionals.
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