Bio for Charles S. Bronitsky, Esq.


Charles Bronitsky
Attorney Charles S. Bronitsky with the Law Offices of Peter N. Brewer

Charles S. Bronitsky, Esq.

Charles S. Bronitsky has been a practicing attorney for over 25 years. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree, with Academic Distinction, from the University of California, Berkeley and earned a Juris Doctor degree from the University of California, Berkeley Boalt Hall School of Law. Mr. Bronitsky is admitted in all of the courts of the State of California, in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal, in the Second Circuit Court of Appeals in New York City, and in the United States Supreme Court.

Mr. Bronitsky has helped clients in solving business and real estate related problems.  With experience ranging from cases involving hundreds of parties in class action securities matters to single family residential non-disclosure cases, Charles Bronitsky has represented clients of all sizes.

In addition to being an attorney, Mr. Bronitsky is an entrepreneur and experienced businessman, having formed, operated, and restructured a diverse number of businesses.  In fact, he has been directly involved in some of the largest and most complex financial transactions and restructurings in U.S History.

Mr. Bronitsky has a high technical expertise in not only the use, but development of technology, and consistently uses this expertise to bring more efficient services to the firm’s clients.

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avatar Stanley Graham November 24, 2015 at 3:07 pm

Mr. Bronitsky,

My wife and I are planning to remodel our kitchen next year and we plan to spend approximately $40,000. We plan to use a licensed contractor. However, in reading your e-Book on home remodeling, I have a question regarding insurance. Is it necessary to have the contractor’s insurance company name my wife and me as an “Additional Insured” and to demand an “Additional Insured Endorsement”?

Regards,

Stanley Graham

avatar Natividad Marquez March 23, 2016 at 3:47 pm

To Atty Bronitsky,
We had a real estate contract for buying a new home (under construction). The contract says,” if we don’t sell our house in 30 days, seller keeps our
deposit of $20k + 1,275 upgrade deposit. Also the contract says, we can
continue selling our house until the new house is done. Then sales Rep.
threatened us to cancel our contract and keep our deposit if we don’t keep
lowering the price to sell fast. Our market value was almost
the same with our neighborhood who are selling their homes as well.

I sent them a letter stated to stop threatening us. We thought, the sales rep
will communicate to us better, but their respond was cancellation of our
contract.
May I ask you the following questions? :
* Do you accept this kind of case (not big) for contingency?
* Do I need to go first to a mediation or arbitration? Does it cost more
that hiring an attorney?

Thank you

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