Michael Bruckheim spent nearly 6 years defending the District of Columbia in civil litigation matters. Whether you are bringing a lawsuit or defending against one, Mr. Bruckheim understands how to navigate a case towards the best possible resolution for the client. Mr. Bruckheim represents clients on all civil litigation matters including:
- Constitutional Torts: Mr. Bruckheim defended police officers in civil rights lawsuits alleging excessive force, false arrest, false imprisonment, and assault & battery. He knows how the government will defend these cases, and he can use that knowledge to benefit clients who are victimized by the unconstitutional conduct of police officers and government officials.
- Employment Discrimination: Mr. Bruckheim defended the District of Columbia in employment discrimination matters. He served as the Attorney/Advisor for the District of Columbia Office of Human Rights where he handled hundreds of cases alleging all forms of discrimination. Mr. Bruckheim has the knowledge and experience to successfully represent clients who have been unlawfully subjected to discriminatory practices at their places of employment.
- Employment Severance and Non-Compete Agreements: If your employer has proposed a severance or non-compete agreement, Mr. Bruckheim can review the agreement for you and present you with all your options to ensure that you make the best possible decision.
- Personal Injury: Mr. Bruckheim successfully represented the District of Columbia in numerous personal injury claims. He now stands ready to represent you if you have been injured due to the negligence of another.
- Alcoholic Beverage Control: Mr. Bruckheim has significant experience in representing the District of Columbia in administrative hearings. Mr. Bruckheim now uses that experience to assist owners and operators of restaurants, bars, and night clubs in the District with all their licensing issues and concerns before the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board.
Contact Mr. Bruckheim for a free, immediate consultation at 240-753-8222. To email Mr. Bruckheim, click on “Contact” at the top of the page.