Mike Bradley is a partner of Bradley Law, LLC. Mike has a national regulatory practice in cable television and telecommunications and experience before state and federal courts, the FCC, the PUC and the State Legislature. He is rated AV by Martindale Hubble and his work has resulted in being recognized as a Minnesota “SuperLawyer” and “Rising Star Attorney” by Minnesota Law and Politics.
Of Counsel Direct Line: 267-871-9980 Phone: 651-379-0900 Fax: 651-379-0999 Email: [email protected]
Michael Athay specializes in telecommunications and information technology law. He joined Bradley Law, LLC in February, 2018 after more than 20 years practice in the City of Philadelphia Law Department, where he was Chief Deputy City Solicitor leading the Department’s 17 attorney Commercial Law Unit.
Adrian E. Herbst is a retired Partner of Bradley Law, LLC. Adrian has over 30 years of experience in municipal and governmental work. As a past municipal official, including city attorney, he has a broad base knowledge of city government and the operations of city government as well as coordination and work with the various personnel within city government offices.
In Memorium (1967-2017) Phone: 651-379-0900 Fax: 651-379-0999
Leslie Saporito is a former Partner with Bradley Law, LLC. Sadly, Leslie lost her battle with cancer in 2017. Prior to her passing, she worked with her father, Adrian Herbst, and her colleagues, Mike Bradley and Kristin Berkland, on telecommunications issues. Leslie was a great attorney and dear friend and she is greatly missed here at our firm.
Bradley Law, LLC
Minneapolis/St. Paul Office
2145 Woodlane Drive Suite 106 Woodbury, Minnesota 55125
Bradley Law, LLC is located in Woodbury, MN and serves clients in and around Newport, Lake Elmo, South Saint Paul, Afton, Saint Paul Park, Cottage Grove, Lakeland, Inver Grove Heights, Saint Paul, Willernie, Dakota County, Ramsey County and Washington County.
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