Bryan’s work focuses on complex antitrust litigation and competition law. Prior to joining Hausfeld, Bryan worked to represent foster care children seeking better conditions and practices in the city and state of New York. He has also previously worked in Turkey, where he focused on international commercial arbitration and contract disputes. Additionally, he has served as a law clerk for the in-house counsel for the largest tech company in New York, helping to draft new best practices for internet user privacy guidelines and contractual issues.
While in law school, Bryan worked with the in-house legal team at the national office of the largest Muslim civil rights group in the United States, providing legal assistance to individuals across the country on matters such as housing, employment, and immigration. He also was a member of the Equal Justice Foundation.
In re Foreign Exchange Benchmark Rates Antitrust Litigation – A class action suit alleging collusion among international banks to artificially fix the prices of foreign exchange instruments.
George Washington University Law School, J.D., 2013
St. Joseph's University, B.A., 2009