Brad deLeeuw represents clients and serves as Delaware counsel in corporate and complex litigation in the Delaware Court of Chancery, the District of Delaware and other Delaware courts.
Prior to founding deLeeuw Law LLC, Mr. deLeeuw was a stockholder of Rosenthal, Monhait & Goddess, P.A. (“RMG”), where he was a member of the firm’s corporate and commercial litigation practice.
For over 20 years, Mr. deLeeuw has litigated shareholder rights cases and business disputes to successful resolutions, including:
Mr. deLeeuw also represents clients in contractual disputes, and disputes concerning corporate and alternative entity ownership and control.
Previously, Mr. deLeeuw was associated with a national litigation boutique, where he prosecuted complex corporate and federal securities actions and represented institutional investors seeking to foster corporate governance reforms.
Mr. deLeeuw is a graduate of Wake Forest University (1993) (B.A., Economics), Washington and Lee University School of Law (1996) (J.D.) and Georgetown University School of Law (2000) (L.L.M., Securities and Financial Regulation, with distinction).
Mr. deLeeuw is admitted to practice law in Delaware and New York (inactive).
Class Action and Derivative Litigation
Georgetown University, L.L.M. 2000
Washington & Lee University, J.D. 1996
Wake Forest University, B.A. 1993
New York (inactive)
Southern District of New York
Third Circuit Court of Appeals
First Circuit Court of Appeals