6 February 2018. The International Trade Council is pleased to announce the appointment of Bradley Rose as its Chairperson for the Greater Los Angeles Region effective immediately.
Bradley Rose is the Managing Partner and co-founder of Kaye, Rose & Partners, LLP a California based law firm specializing in international trade matters with an emphasis in the cruise and shipping, cargo logistics, travel, hospitality and entertainment industries.
Bradley has wide ranging litigation, legislative, regulatory and transactional experience. His firm also serves as General Counsel to Cruise Lines International Association, a trade association representing more than fifty cruise lines worldwide and twenty-five thousand travel agent members. Prior to establishing Kaye, Rose & Partners, LLP, Brad spent six years with the international law firm Pillsbury Winthrop in Los Angeles. While attending the University of Oklahoma for undergraduate studies and law school, Brad served on the campaign staffs of two state Governors and also spent four years as a legislative assistant to former U.S. Representative Dave McCurdy.
Ms. Melanie Walker, Member Chairman of the Council said, “Brad has an extensive track record within the professional services sector and has created significant value for his clients across the board. With his expertise and execution capability there is no doubt that he is the best candidate to assist the Council carry out its strategies for next-stage growth across the Greater Los Angeles region, the State of California and the United States”.
Bradley Rose said, “It is an honour to be appointed Chairperson to the International Trade Council for Greater Los Angeles and I am thrilled to help carry out the mission of this important organization. Most of my legal career has been focused on the movement of people and goods in cross-border relationships between businesses, governments and NGOs. With the present political climate worldwide, the role of the International Trade Council in facilitating communication, cooperation and support amongst trading partners and nations has never been more important.”