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Briana Seyarto Flores


Briana Seyarto Flores is an associate in the Litigation Department.  Her practice focuses on complex commercial litigation in both state and federal court.  Her practice encompasses a versatile range of matters, including false advertising and unfair competition claims, consumer class-actions, antitrust claims, and contract disputes.  She advises clients in connection with active litigation, government investigations and internal business strategy.

Briana maintains an active pro bono practice centered on immigration and issues relating to education and Constitutional rights.

While attending UCLA School of Law, Briana was a writing advisor to first-year law students and a managing editor of the Journal of Internal Law & Foreign Affairs.  She also worked as a judicial extern for the Honorable Cathy Ann Bencivengo in the United States District Court for the Southern District of California.  Prior to law school, Briana worked for several years in higher education while completing her M.A. in Guidance and Counseling.

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“Born in the USA”?: Place of Origin Claims Take Center Stage in False Advertising Suits and FTC Enforcement

It has been almost forty years since Bruce Springsteen first famously celebrated being “Born in the USA.” From an advertising industry perspective, this song’s lasting popularity is no surprise; as advertisers know, “Made in the USA” is often a selling point for American industries. The FTC knows this too. In late 2021, the FTC finalized … Continue Reading

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