About Branigan Robertson
Branigan Robertson is an attorney who is passionate about helping everyday members of the community fight for their rights in the workplace. Mr. Robertson exclusively represents employees in workplace disputes and focuses his practice on wrongful termination, discrimination, whistleblower, harassment, and retaliation.
He attended Chapman University School of Law and emphasized his studies on employment law. Mr. Robertson was President of the Employment Law Society. He performed a directed research under Dr. John Hall analyzing the extent to which an employer may restrict an employee with a non-compete agreement and prevent an employee from disclosing trade secrets.
Before law school, Mr. Robertson attended the University of the Pacific where he obtained a B.S. in Business Administration from the Eberhardt School of Business. While attending Pacific, Mr. Robertson honed his advocacy skills as a lead debater for the Pacific Speech and Debate Society. Mr. Robertson fell in love with argument during his college years. During his tenure, he won, 1st Place at the Berkeley Season Opener, 2nd Place in the Western States Championship Tournament, and 1st Place at Xi-an International Debate Tournament in China.
Mr. Robertson is admitted to practice in courts of the State of California. He is a member of the California Bar. Several years ago Mr. Robertson joined forces with Kring & Chung, a larger law firm in Orange County.
- J.D., Chapman University School of Law
- B.S., University of the Pacific
About Brandon Ferguson
Brandon Ferguson is Mr. Robertson’s Intake Specialist. Since 2016, Brandon has been helping Mr. Robertson handle calls from potential clients, manage his online presence, publish articles about employment law, and so much more.
During his time working with Branigan, he’s thrown himself into learning all he can about employment law. Under the guidance of Branigan, his mission is to break down the complexity of legal concepts and ask intelligent questions to the people who call the office.
Though his background is in journalism, Brandon has dabbled in a number of professions ranging from photography to music production — both of which required technical skill and a creative approach. His previous written articles have appeared in publications across Southern California including: OC and LA Weekly, Long Beach Business Journal, Whittier Daily News, and Torrance Daily Breeze.
While crime coverage was his favorite assignment, Brandon’s investigative work also shined a light on such topics as shipping and commerce in the port of Long Beach, as well as water politics, and desalination.
In his spare time, Brandon enjoys hiking with his husky, and photographing neon signs. He studied philosophy and anthropology at Cal State Fullerton.