Brady practises international trade law and commercial litigation and arbitration, with a focus on complex commercial matters, including contractual disputes, tort claims, public law remedies, class actions, regulatory controversy, and international trade and sanctions law.
Brady acts for companies and individuals in a wide range of industries, including infrastructure and construction, government and public services, aerospace innovation, and real estate. He has provided advice in relation to complex international trade issues, including sanctions, import and export restrictions and controls, trade remedies, and cross-border mergers and acquisitions.
Brady has also represented clients at all levels of court in British Columbia and has advised a range of commercial enterprises on trade and sanctions law.
Brady completed his articles at Blakes and taught second- and third-year law students during his doctorate. He also worked for a prominent barrister on commercial and public law issues in England and Ireland.