DePaul University, College of Law, J.D., 2007
University of Arizona, B.A., 1994
In her tenure with Neufeld Marks, Ms. Brady has second-chaired several jury and bench trials, and has significant experience handling court appearances on behalf of firm clients. Ms. Brady practices civil business litigation in both state and federal court, handling matters involving contract, business torts, real estate, insurance, and fraud.
Ms. Brady brings a wealth of hands-on managerial experience to her client relationships, having honed her managerial skills for over a decade with two national retail chains before going to law school. Her firsthand experience with many of the challenges that businesses face in today’s economy provide her with valuable insights for the firm’s entrepreneurial clients.
Ms. Brady graduated from DePaul University College of Law in 2007, where she focused her studies on intellectual property law. While at DePaul, she was a member of the editorial staff of the Journal of Arts and Entertainment Law. She is also the author of “XM Satellite Radio Recording Devices: Is it Fair Use or Copyright Infringement?”, discussing the legal tension between copyright protection and technological advancement.