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Bronwyn F. Pollock

Mayer Brown LLP

Los Angeles, CA, USA


Bronwyn Pollock is an experienced litigator who has appeared before numerous federal and state courts and arbitrators. Her practice is focused on complex civil litigation, particularly class action defense, employment counseling and litigation, and real estate and insurance matters. She has represented clients in a wide array of industries, including financial services, real estate, retail, health care, media, advertising, insurance, telecommunications, and education.

Bronwyn advises and defends employers in many areas of employment law, including wages and hour compliance, privacy, wrongful termination, discrimination, sexual and other forms of unlawful harassment, retaliation, reductions in force and business closings, unfair business practices, and noncompete and nonsolicitation provisions.

Real estate is another significant focus of Bronwynfs practice. She advises and defends financial institutions, lenders, property owners, asset managers, developers, and school districts in real property matters, including partnership, leasing, foreclosure, construction, receivership, attachment, insurance, and ADA disputes. Her clients have included ING Clarion, Prudential Real Estate Investors, TIAACREF, KBS, Westfield America, Inc., Aetna Life Insurance Company, UBS Realty Investors LLC, Wachovia Capital Finance, ORIX Real Estate Capital, and a number of California school districts. Bronwyn joined Mayer Brown in 2000.

Education
Georgetown University Law Center, JD, 2000; Senior Editor, Georgetown Journal on Poverty Law and Policy • University of Southern
California, BA, cum laude, 1996; Dean’s List

Admissions
- US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
- US District Court for the Central, Southern and Northern Districts of California California
- California

Seminars & Presentations
- “Employment Discrimination Claims,” Sinopec China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation, April 2008
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