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After law school, Bryan clerked for Judge E. Richard Webber in the United States District Court in St. Louis, Missouri. Since that time, Bryan has represented public, private and nonprofit companies and agencies in almost every aspect of employment and labor law, litigating before administrative agencies, in arbitrations, and in state and federal courts around the country. Bryan also counsels clients through difficult legal issues that arise every day in running a business, and has extensive experience assisting non-profits with governance issues, mergers, dissolutions, and human resources issues. In addition, Bryan works with employee-owned companies or companies seeking to become employee-owned, and assists clients in selling or purchasing stock or assets of businesses. Bryan’s wide experience helps him as a board member for Epworth Children and Family Services and S.M. Wilson. He performs pro bono work for nonprofit agencies in St. Louis that are committed to improving the community in which he works and lives.
University of Missouri, Columbia
Missouri Law Review
Lead Articles Editor
Admitted To Practice
- State of Missouri
- State of Illinois
- Supreme Court of the United States
- United States Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit
- United States Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit
- United States District Court, Eastern District of Missouri
- United States District Court, Western District of Missouri
- United States District Court, Southern District of Illinois
- United States District Court, Central District of Illinois
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On October 24, 2017, the Missouri Court of Appeals (Western District) issued an opinion holding that sexual stereotyping can support an inference that discrimination on...
As part of the flurry of activity on the part of several government agencies prior to President-Elect Trump’s inauguration, the EEOC updated its Strategic Enforcement...