Robert Bryson

Robert is proficient in a broad range of areas including business litigation, administrative litigation, utility/energy law, municipal issues, employment claims, public access/disclosure laws, open meetings, regulatory law, civil rights, and matters affecting the public interest. Robert has represented clients before state, federal, administrative, and tax court, and in arbitration/mediation. Robert also represents his clients before government bodies, including during open and closed city council and committee meetings. Robert has also assisted clients in managing their public relations, including providing media and social media campaigns, and outreach to the media.

Robert also provides business and organizational strategies to for-profit and non-profit businesses. Robert has provided legal advice and representation to a variety of start-ups and developing businesses, including marijuana collectives, technology companies, fashion houses, arts groups, children’s camps, and non-profit service providers, such as homeless services, human trafficking survivor services, and food assistance. Robert provides advice on a diverse range of subject areas including employment, corporate compliance, tax strategy, contract, and formation issues.

Robert is a founding member of the Public Interest Advocacy Collaborative, a nonprofit organization composed of attorneys who are committed to expanding access to the law through education and outreach. PIAC is an education-focused organization that conceives of and hosts MCLE and non-credit seminars for attorneys and members of the public on issues affecting populations traditionally under-served by the typical “downtown” attorney. PIAC also assists other non-profits with legal analysis and government/public outreach on a variety of issues including refugee rights, homelessness, and tax reform. I am also the Co-Editor of The PIAC Blog which publishes in-depth analyses of issues affecting the public interest, such as, government, energy, the media, civil rights, gun regulation, voting rights, and many more.

Contact Info

Phone: (619) 607-3417
Monday: 9am - 6pm ET
Tuesday: 9am - 6pm ET
Wednesday: 9am - 6pm ET
Thursday: 9am - 6pm ET
Friday: 9am - 4pm ET
Saturday/Sunday: Email Only
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