Bree Oswald represents clients in all areas of labor and employment law and handles complex litigation.
In addition to her employment litigation experience, Bree has an extensive background in handling products liability, premises liability, and toxic tort matters involving high exposure catastrophic injuries. Her broad range of experience makes her the ideal teammate when handling all aspects of emergency and preventative risk management, litigation, and trial.
Bree is an effective litigation strategist and fierce advocate for her clients, with industry experience defending technology companies, industry leaders in AI/biometric collection, retail establishments, public entities, and automobile, equipment, and heavy machinery manufacturers.
Bree is active in her local community by advancing pro bono legal services to those in need. She serves as an associate advocate member of the Public Law Center (PLC), Orange County’s largest provider of legal services. Bree also serves on the PLC Advocate’s fundraising committee and PLC silent auction subcommittee. While in law school, Bree received pro bono high honors for completing more than 250 hours of pro bono legal services for veterans.
Outside of the office, Bree enjoys rock climbing, live music, and traveling with her husband and son.
- Obtained a unanimous defense verdict, second chairing a breach of contract and fraudulent concealment case relating to the storage of hazardous chemicals in a third-party owned warehouse.
- Obtained a dismissal on summary judgment, in arbitration, on breach of contract and defect claims arising from a catastrophic solar turbine explosion.
- Obtained a dismissal on summary judgment in a heavy machinery fire case, arguing lack of evidence of product defect at time of manufacture.
- Obtained a dismissal of benzene-related, multiple myeloma claims on summary judgment, based on lack of causation and inadequate product identification grounds.