Joshua P. Brady

Associate

jbrady@chartwelllaw.com
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(914) 306-6012
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(212) 968-2400
New York, NY
One Battery Park Plaza
35th Floor
New York
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PRACTICE AREAS

Insurance Defense

General Liability Defense

Product Liability

Premises Liability

Commercial Litigation

Employment and Labor Law

Admissions

New York

Education

Brooklyn Law School

J.D., 2014

University of California, Irvine

B.A., 2010

Joshua P. Brady focuses his practice on insurance defense matters including slip and fall, construction defects, and motor vehicle liability.

Mr. Brady has successfully defended many clients including Noureddine Baaka v. Luis M. Toral, in which he obtained summary judgment dismissing plaintiff’s personal injury claims arising out of a motor vehicle accident. The court granted the motion in favor of his client, a motor vehicle leasing company, based on the Graves Amendment (49 USC § 30106), which bars liability for a vehicle owner when they are in the business of renting or leasing vehicles and were not otherwise negligent.  Additionally, Mr. Brady also handles product liability litigation defending both domestic and international clients.

Prior to joining the firm,  Mr. Brady handled similar litigation for a mid-size firm in White Plains, NY.  While attending law school, Mr. Brady was a legal intern for the New York Office of the Attorney General, Internet Bureau, where he conducted investigations in preparation for subpoenas and led legal research on the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, Federal Trade Commission, and false advertising statutes.

Joshua P. Brady focuses his practice on insurance defense matters including slip and fall, construction defects, and motor vehicle liability.

Mr. Brady has successfully defended many clients including Noureddine Baaka v. Luis M. Toral, in which he obtained summary judgment dismissing plaintiff’s personal injury claims arising out of a motor vehicle accident. The court granted the motion in favor of his client, a motor vehicle leasing company, based on the Graves Amendment (49 USC § 30106), which bars liability for a vehicle owner when they are in the business of renting or leasing vehicles and were not otherwise negligent.  Additionally, Mr. Brady also handles product liability litigation defending both domestic and international clients.

Prior to joining the firm,  Mr. Brady handled similar litigation for a mid-size firm in White Plains, NY.  While attending law school, Mr. Brady was a legal intern for the New York Office of the Attorney General, Internet Bureau, where he conducted investigations in preparation for subpoenas and led legal research on the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, Federal Trade Commission, and false advertising statutes.

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