I'm Amanda Bruss, Founder of Bruss Legal. I know that selecting legal counsel is a daunting prospect. Before scheduling a free consultation, let me tell you about my experience.
I've been practicing law since 2006. I started my career working in boutique firms in San Francisco, handling everything from civil rights cases to employment disputes, while also representing small businesses and startups. I moved to Colorado in 2011 and joined Harmon, Seidman & Bruss, LLC, a national copyright litigation boutique with a reputation for litigating – and winning cases – against some of the biggest publishers in the world.
Having an intimate understanding of how contracts, copyright and trademark rights, employment matters, and commercial disputes might be litigated is invaluable in helping my clients avoid the courtroom altogether. Throughout my career, I have successfully protected the property and rights of my clients, recouping millions of dollars in damages and upholding their right to control their creative works. Being an artist myself, I've enjoyed employing my expertise to help countless artists keep what's theirs. From my early years litigating civil rights cases in California, I've always believed in standing up for what's just and fair, whether protecting the interests of my business clients or advocating for individuals in civil matters.
I graduated suma cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in fine art from the University of Florida in 2002. After a brief stint as a professional sculptor, I attended UC Hastings College of the Law, where I served as Student Government Internal Vice President, Executive Editor of the International and Comparative Law Review, and Class President. I’m a member in good standing of the state bars of California, Colorado, and New Jersey, and am licensed in the federal courts in those states, and also Texas and Illinois.
I look forward to speaking with you about your legal needs and discussing a path forward that works for you. Any legal concern is worthy of examination. No question is too small. No issue is too large.
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