Mr. Braden has extensive experience in appeals for both plaintiffs and defendants in the context of business litigation, employment law, and other practice areas.  With regard to Section 2355 of the California Probate Code, he argued before the California Supreme Court in the case of Conservatorship of Robert Wendland.   This case established California law on when life support may be discontinued for an irreversibly brain-damaged person.

Mr. Braden is an experienced appellate advocate, and is proud to provide meticulous representation of both criminal defendants appealing convictions and business people and individuals seeking to reverse a trial court judgment.  His appellate work includes all California state and federal courts.