Weintraub Genshlea Chediak Announces New Managing Shareholder Gary Bradus
Published: February 12, 2007
For Immediate Release
Sacramento, Calif. – Feb. 12, 2007— The Sacramento law firm Weintraub Genshlea Chediak, a business law and business litigation firm, is proud to announce that Gary Bradus has been elected as managing partner. Mr. Bradus will succeed Ken Sylva, who served as managing partner since 2000 and whose loyal service played a key role in the development of the firm. During Mr. Sylva’s tenure, he was instrumental in the success and development of the firm as a premier business law firm in the Sacramento region. Mr. Sylva will continue as a shareholder in the firm’s real estate practice group.
Mr. Bradus joined the firm in 1990 and has been a shareholder in the firm’s Business, Securities and Commercial Transactions practice group since 1996. “As the new managing partner, I hope to continue the momentum Ken has worked so hard to achieve both for our clients and our firm,” said Bradus. “Weintraub Genshlea Chediak is poised to continue delivering innovative legal services and solutions to the region’s entrepreneurs and business community.”
The managing partner is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the firm, providing direction to other committees of the firm, strategic planning, and focusing on the expanding needs of our clients.
“We are proud to announce Gary’s election to the managing partner role,” said Shareholder Chris Chediak. “Gary’s dedication to both his clients and the Sacramento community closely mirrors our own and we believe his leadership and expertise will be instrumental in continuing our business growth.”
Mr. Bradus’s practice focuses on corporate, partnership, LLCs, mergers and acquisitions and banking law with substantial experience in all aspects of entities from formation through operations and dissolution. He also advises clients on intellectual property matters.
Mr. Bradus is a past chair of the Business Law Section and a past vice chair of the Intellectual Property Section of the Sacramento County Bar Association. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in accounting and finance from the University of California at Berkeley, and his law degree from the University of California at Los Angeles.
In addition to his legal work, Bradus is also active in the Sacramento community through his involvement with St. Hope Academy, the American Cancer Society and as legal counsel for SACTO.