Brad Stuckey
  • Employment Law
  • Workplace Harassment
  • Discrimination
  • Retaliation
  • Whistleblower Claims
  • Wrongful Termination
  • Wage & Hour
  • Overtime Violations

Brad Stuckey, Esq.

Senior Attorney

Brad Stuckey, Esq. serves as a Senior Trial Attorney at Wilshire Law Firm and co-chairs the employment department. A seasoned attorney with over twenty-one years of service, Brad has considerable experience in all aspects of employment litigation before federal and state courts and agencies, along with private arbitrators. Brad’s work includes first-chair jury and bench trials, binding arbitrations, government administrative proceedings, and oral arguments before the California Courts of Appeal. His areas of practice in employment law include workplace harassment, discrimination, retaliation, wrongful wage and overtime violations, and whistleblower claims. This expansive work has led to impressive proven results throughout his legal career.  

Working his way up from an associate position to eventually serving as a principal attorney earlier in his career, Brad gained invaluable experience and knowledge that he brings to all his legal work. He also ran his own firm for a decade which allowed him to participate in over a dozen trials as a First or Second Chair during Jury Trials. This vast trial experience along with his gained insight working as a defense attorney gives him a distinct litigation advantage, as he has an understanding of how the opposing side operates. Brad leverages this incredible body of expertise to deliver success in settlement negotiations, mediations, and trials for aggrieved employees.  

“While most plaintiff-side employment attorneys only represent workers, I have also counseled management as a defense attorney earlier in my career. This defense experience has proven invaluable in my ability to effectively represent clients in every phase of litigation.” 

In addition to his impressive career in employment law, Brad also previously litigated premise liability, construction, and complex commercial disputes, including breach of contract, partnership disputes, business torts (such as fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, self-dealing, misappropriation, malfeasance, and accountings), business collections, and unfair or deceptive business practices. Brad’s diverse and remarkable experience and expertise in employment law and more make him an exceptionally powerful advocate for his clients. He is an extremely valued member of the Wilshire Law Firm, as he brings his knowledge, compassion, and care to his clients while pursuing maximum financial compensation.  

Brad obtained his Juris Doctor from the University of Akron School of Law and is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley, growing up in the San Francisco Bay Area. He also received a Master’s Degree in History from Kent State University. In addition to his prior academics, Brad is also a prestigious member of the California Employment Lawyer Association (CELA). Brad is admitted to practice before all California State Courts and the United States District Court for the Eastern, Northern, and Central Districts of California.  

When not practicing law, Brad spends his free time hiking in the desert and the Hollywood Hills. He enjoys reading nonfiction, biking, and spending time with his wife and daughters.  


  • State Bar of California 
  • United States District Court, Northern California   
  • United States District Court, Central California 
  • United States District Court, Eastern California 


  • J.D., University of Akron School of Law
  • M.A., Kent State University
  • B.A., University of California at Berkeley

Speaking Engagements

  • Webinar – “Laws and Updates on the Employment of Minors” – The California Restaurant Association – May 12, 2021
  • Presentation – Wage & Hour Law 2017 – NationaLease 2017 Financial Officers Meeting – Charlotte, North Carolina – October 16-17, 2017


  • $100,000 Confidential Settlement – Failure to Pay Overtime, Meal Breaks & Rest Breaks
  • $500,000 Confidential Settlement – Job Misclassification / Sexual Harassment
  • $100,000 Confidential Settlement – Sexual Harassment / Failure to Pay Overtime
  • $400,000 Confidential Settlement – Wrongful Termination / Breach of Contract
  • $328,942 Jury Verdict – Failure to Pay Minimum Wage, Overtime
  • $100,000 Confidential Settlement – Failure to Pay Overtime, Rest Breaks, & Meal Breaks
  • $225,000 Confidential Settlement – Job Misclassification, Sexual and Racial Harassment
  • $125,000 Judgment – Job Misclassification / Failure to Pay Overtime


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