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Bronwyn F. Pollock

Bronwyn F. Pollock

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Recognized by the Daily Journal as one of California’s Top 100 Women Lawyers, Bronwyn Pollock is a partner in Mayer Brown's Litigation & Dispute Resolution practice. She leads the practice group in Los Angeles and co-chairs the firm's commercial litigation practice group. She is an experienced litigator who has appeared before numerous federal and state courts and arbitrators. Her practice is focused on complex civil litigation, particularly involving the banking, finance, real estate, and insurance industries. She represents financial institutions in disputes involving residential and commercial mortgage-backed securities and loan servicing practices, as well as civil enforcement actions and government investigations by the California Attorney General and the Los Angeles City Attorney.

In her real estate litigation practice, she advises and represents lenders, investors, property owners, asset managers, and developers in real property matters, including partnership, leasing, foreclosure, construction, receivership, insurance, and civil rights matters involving the Fair Housing Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act. 

In addition, Bronwyn advises and defends employers in many areas of employment law, including wage-and-hour compliance, privacy, wrongful termination, discrimination, harassment, retaliation, reductions in force and business closings, and unfair business practices.

Bronwyn serves as the co-chair of Mayer Brown's Women’s Leadership Committee.

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