About Bradley W. Crocker
Bradley W. Crocker is an associate at Anthony and Partners, where his practice focuses on commercial litigation and advising startup companies. After studying accounting at Georgetown University, Bradley pursued his Juris Doctorate at the University of Florida Levin College of Law. As a law student Bradley influenced the strategic direction of a DC-based hedge fund through legal-based research and served as a research assistant to Professor Robert Emerson. Bradley was a member of UF’s Antitrust Moot Court Team, which earned national runner-up honors at the 2015 Global Antitrust Institute Invitational. He was also a member of the Business Moot Court Team, Florida Journal of International Law, and Florida Journal of Law and Public Policy.
Bradley believes diligence and efficiency are the keys to effective representation. He represents individuals and businesses in a wide array of high stakes business disputes and commercial matters, including, among other things, actions based on conversion, civil theft, fraud, breach of contract, and breach of fiduciary duty. Past representations include representation of partners in business disputes, representation of company executives in breach of contract actions, and investigation of alleged breaches of fiduciary duty by nonprofit executives.
Pursuing his entrepreneurial passions, Bradley has counseled several nascent startups navigating obstacles specific to the seed and venture stages. In this vein, he has advised companies in a wide range of industries, including agriculture technology, education technology, sports media, transportation, healthcare, retail, and financial services. These representations have included the drafting and review of licensing, financing, and employment agreements, as well as general business and regulatory counseling.
Prior to joining Anthony and Partners, Bradley was an associate with a large, Florida-based litigation firm, where he focused his practice on litigation, transportation law, and business transactions. While there, he assisted with several trials while representing primarily large, institutional clients and Fortune 500 companies.