Brenda L. Rosales

Brenda L. Rosales

Associate

Brenda L. Rosales focuses her practice on labor and employment law.

Prior to joining the firm, Brenda served as a trial attorney at the National Labor Relations Board, Region 32, in the Region’s Oakland Office. Brenda investigated and analyzed a broad spectrum of unfair labor practice charges, tried unfair labor practice cases, and negotiated more than 100 settlements with opposing counsel.

Capabilities

Experience

  • Prosecuted and investigated unfair labor practice allegations, including, retaliatory terminations, bad faith bargaining, and employee handbook rules.°
  • Served as co-counsel on joint employer case seeking bargaining order with more than 85 allegations and in excess of 100 witnesses. °
    The above representative experience occurred prior to Brenda joining Greenberg Traurig.
  • Licensing Section Law Intern, California Attorney General's Office, Oakland, CA, Spring 2012
  • Certified Law Student, San Francisco District Attorney's Office, San Francisco, CA, Fall 2011
  • Legal Extern, National Labor Relations Board, Region 32, Oakland, CA, Summer 2011

Credentials

Education
  • J.D., University of California, Hastings College of the Law, 2012
    • Senior Articles Editor, Hastings Race and Poverty Law Journal
    • Representative and External Vice President, La Raza Law Students Association
    • Volunteer, Legal Advice and Referral Clinic
    • National Student Liaison to the Section of Litigation, American Bar Association
  • B.A., Chicana/o Studies, Public Affairs & Education Studies, University of California, Los Angeles, 2008
    • UCLA Law School Fellow
    • Co-Chair, Fundraising Chair, Secretary, Hermanas Unidas
    • Advisor, Early Academic Outreach Program
    • History of Rome Study Abroad Program
Admissions
  • California
Languages
  • Spanish, Fluent
  • Italian, Conversational