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Gilbert Bradshaw

Gilbert Bradshaw

Lecturer in Law

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699 Exposition Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90089-0074 USA

Last Updated: August 11, 2019




Gilbert Bradshaw is a partner at Wilson & Oskam, LLP, a boutique securities law firm in New York City and Irvine, Calif. Bradshaw’s securities regulation experience includes assisting small to mid-sized technology companies raising billions of dollars from private equity firms, venture capitalists and his specialty, self-directed initial public offerings. 

Bradshaw began his legal career in the New York office of Chadbourne & Parke, LLP where he represented a variety of bank clients such as Citigroup, HSBC, RBS, Credit Suisse and JPMorgan. Later he managed outside counsel at an international mining company with public and private entities in Latin America, Africa, the United States, Canada and the Caribbean.

Bradshaw earned his BA in History (with honors) from Brigham Young University and earned his JD from the BYU Law School. After practicing for a few years, he earned an LLM in business taxation from the University of California, Los Angeles Law School. Prior to teaching at USC, he taught securities regulation at Whittier Law School. 
  

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Los Angeles Times
January 15, 2020
Re: Wayne Sandholtz

Wayne Sandholtz, a faculty member part of both USC Gould and USC Dornsife, wrote an op-ed discussing how Trump is “a few steps from becoming a new kind of autocrat –an elected one.” He analyzes how Trump’s strategies and actions mirror those of other elected autocrats, naming Viktor Orban, Vladimir Putin, and Rodrigo Duterte as examples.

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