Mr. Brysk has decades of experience as an attorney in litigation and transactional matters spanning business, real estate, commercial, tax, bankruptcy, probate, estate planning, civil litigation and administrative law. He represents clients in all the firm’s practice areas. He also accepts engagements as a neutral for mediations and arbitrations. He is admitted in state, federal, bankruptcy, and tax courts throughout the State of California. He has been published in law journals, taught courses in the law for other attorneys and represented prevailing clients on appeals. Judges have praised Mr. Brysk as “articulate” and noted that he keeps his perspective to achieve the best results for his client in difficult cases. Mr. Brysk has lived and worked in Australia, Israel, and the U.S. and traveled widely.
Business & Commercial Law, Debtor/Creditor, Estate Planning, Landlord/Tenant, Tax Law, Wills, Trusts & Probate
Orix Fin. Servs., Inc. v. Kovacs, 167 Cal. App. 4th 242, 83 Cal. Rptr. 3d 900, 901 (2008), as modified (Oct. 16, 2008) [Attorney for Prevailing Party]
Mr. Brysk has published several articles in the California Regulatory Law Reporter.
California State Court of Appeal, Justice Gilbert Nares
Center for Public Interest Law
- State Bar of California
- Alameda County Bar Association
- Arbitration Panel for the Alameda County Community Development Agency Healthy Homes Department
- University of San Diego School of Law – J.D. – 1996
- (Philosophy) UCLA – B.A. – 1987