Anthony Booth has a background in politics. He spent seven years working on a gubernatorial campaign, which had a major focus on expansion of labor rights. His passion for the labor movement began at a very young age when he walked picket lines in support of his father’s union strikes. He has been a labor consultant for the past eight years. Over those years he has represented members in all aspects of labor including individual issues with management and union issues in arbitration and before the state labor board. In 2017, he earned his J.D. from Golden Gate University School of Law.
Bradley Booth has a long history of standing up for workers’ rights. He began his legal career with the California State Employees’ Association (CSEA). While there he was president of the employees’ union and represented state employees in appellate and trial practice, administrative law, writs, and extensive contract interpretation coupled with discipline and contract arbitration. Prior to opening his private practice, he was chief counsel for the Department of Fair and Employment and Housing (DFEH). At DFEH, he constantly worked to strengthen anti-discrimination statutes in California. Over the past 20 years in private practice, while representing labor unions, he has been able to hone and perfect his original passion through an emphasis on labor law and employment discrimination.