Gary K. Brucker, Jr.

Gary K. Brucker, Jr.

gbrucker@mckennalong.com
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600 West Broadway
Suite 2600
San Diego, CA 92101
TEL: 619.595.8062
FAX: 619.595.5450
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Experience

Gary Brucker is a Partner in the Firm’s Litigation Department. Gary’s cross-disciplinary practice and experience makes him particularly adept at representing clients at the intersection of law, business, and government. 

Gary’s civil practice focuses on the business disputes that companies face on a daily basis. His practice involves counseling and litigation in five key areas: 

Gary's law enforcement and compliance practice focuses on investigations, receivership representations, and white collar criminal defense. 

Representative engagements have involved the US DOJ, SEC, FTC, DOC, DCIS, NCIS, IRS, California DOC, California FTB, California AGO, and local District Attorney’s Offices. 

Results Matter:

Gary is also actively involved in pro bono matters.  Most recently, he has worked with the San Diego Volunteer Lawyer Program and the California Appellate Project to represent indigent clients in connection with felony prosecutions, prisoner rights, and tax disputes.  For his “outstanding commitment to public service,” Gary received the Project Comunidad Juan Tienda Fellowship while studying at the University of Michigan. In 2009, Gary was named one of San Diego’s most promising young lawyers by the San Diego Daily Transcript

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Publications:

  • “Retailers beware or rejoice? How Dukes versus Wal-Mart may change the world of class-action litigation,” Chain Store Age (April 2011) .
  • “Don’t Blame Me, Blame The State: When Complying with California Sales Tax Regulations Can Get You Sued,” Daily Journal (March 2010).
  • “Meal Period Limbo: Waiting On Brinker,” Law360 (November 2008).