James Brady is an attorney in the Seattle office of Foley & Mansfield. His practice areas include toxic tort litigation, environmental and regulatory law involving Superfund and contaminated property matters, and employment law. James also represents homeowners, financial institutions and businesses in a variety of real estate litigation matters including quiet title actions, claims for fraud, boundary disputes, and wrongful foreclosure claims.
Prior to joining the firm, James clerked for a district court judge in Michigan. His experience also includes clerking for a criminal defense firm and a no-fault insurance defense firm. James enjoys the outdoors and loves to spend his free time in the mountains or on the waters of the Pacific Northwest.
IN THE NEWS
August 3, 2018
Superfund Reform Through Communication: Is Better Communication with Stakeholders the Key to Superfund Reform?
Ilene Munk and James Brady discuss proposed task force recommendations regarding communication among key stakeholders in Superfund remediation.
Do the BNSF and Bristol Meyers Squibb decisions signal the end of litigation tourism? James Brady and Melissa Roeder address personal jurisdiction in DRI's For the Defense.