Gentry Locke Welcomes Attorney Brad Tobias

Gentry Locke is pleased to announce that Bradley C. (“Brad”) Tobias has joined the law firm in its downtown Roanoke office and has become part of its Employment & Labor practice group. Brad will focus on labor and employment issues, civil rights claims, and federal and state court litigation.

Originally from Richmond, Brad graduated from the Marshall-Wythe School of Law at the College of William & Mary where he served as Notes Editor for the “William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal.” Brad has written and published more than 200 articles that appeared on the blog, “Labor & Employment Law Essentials”, which offered employer-tailored analysis of emerging labor and employment issues. He received his undergraduate degree magna cum laude from George Washington University, where he worked in various capacities for law firms in the DC area. Following law school graduation, and before joining Gentry Locke, Brad worked with the Office of Attorney General for the District of Columbia where he defended the District in employment law, civil rights, torts, and other civil cases in local and federal court.

“We have a commitment to bring promising legal talent to our firm, so we may continue to bring exceptional legal services to companies, institutions, organizations, and individuals throughout the region,” notes Monica Monday, Managing Partner of the firm. “We are delighted to have Brad join our talented team of labor and employment lawyers. This growth will increase our capacity to achieve success for our clients through responsive relationships and uncommon thinking.”

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