Attorney Profile – Doug Bragg
With diverse experience in business law and civil litigation, attorney Doug Bragg is committed to providing personal and professional legal representation to clients throughout the Portland area. Through his years of experience, Attorney Bragg has developed a strong foundation of legal knowledge to put to work for his clients in their legal matters, including those involving business law, insurance law and construction law.
Mr. Bragg received his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Chicago and his Juris Doctor from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, where he graduated with “Great Distinction.” In 2001, Mr. Bragg was admitted to the Oregon Bar. He is currently admitted to practice in Oregon, District Court of Oregon, the United State Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit, and the United State Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit. He is also a current member of the Washington State Bar Association.
Since his admission to the Oregon Bar, Mr. Bragg’s practice has primarily focused on federal civil litigation. Prior to joining Fred Millard, Attorney at Law, Mr. Bragg worked with the on-premise sign industry, advising it and its members on First Amendment issues. He has appeared in federal courts in Oregon, North Carolina and New Hampshire, arguing for the First Amendment free speech rights of small businesses. In addition, Mr. Bragg has assisted small business clients with initial business formation issues, such as drafting Limited Liability Corporation operating agreements and preparing Bylaws for small corporations, as well as drafted contracts and regulatory issues involving land use. He has also argued cases in the appeals courts and created often-cited law. Mr. Bragg was previously a founding partner at Winston & Bragg, Attorneys at Law. You can email Doug Bragg at email@example.com
If you would like to find out more about your legal matter and how Doug Bragg and our firm can assist you, please contact Attorney Doug Bragg today for a consultation.