Bryson R. Brown

Associate

Bryson’s practice primarily involves insurance defense and commercial litigation. He has represented businesses, individuals and local governments in cases involving contract disputes, catastrophic personal injuries, trademark infringement, constitutional rights, product liability claims, and professional liability. Before joining the firm, Bryson worked at Christensen & Jensen, P.C. for five years. He also served clerkships in Utah’s 4th District Court and the Utah Office of the Attorney General.

Education

J.D., University of Utah, S.J. Quinney College of Law, 2012

B.A., Brigham Young University, English, 2009

Bar & Court Admissions

Admitted to practice in all Utah state courts and the United States District Court for the District of Utah
Utah State Bar

Speaker: “Top Hearsay Pitfalls Made by Trial Attorneys (and How to Avoid Them),” Nation Business Institute Seminar.

Graduated with honors from S.J. Quinney College of Law
Note and Comment Editor, Utah Environmental Law Review

Defended multiple transportation companies in personal-injury cases, including accidents involving alleged brain and other catastrophic injuries.
Defended multiple insurance agents in professional liability cases involving an alleged failure to procure adequate coverage for an insured.
Obtained summary judgment for employer in intentional tort case brought by employee.
Defended landowner against claims of boundary-by-acquiescence and adverse possession.
Defended supplement supplier in breach-of-contract case involving claims that supplier had provided a salmonella-contaminated product.
Defended exercise-equipment supplier in product liability case involving catastrophic injuries.
Defended trailer manufacturer in product liability case involving catastrophic injuries.
Defended tractor manufacturer in product liability case involving catastrophic injuries.
Defended small business against claims of trademark infringement and breach-of-contract brought by a former franchisor.
Defended medical-device supplier against breach-of-contract claims and successfully countersued for trademark infringement and tortious interference with business relations.
Defended local brewery in dispute involving lease of brewing equipment.
Assisted small business in multi-million-dollar software sale to larger company.
Defended former business owner against trademark infringement and breach-of-contract claims.
Defended local government against breach-of-contract and unjust enrichment claims.
Brought successful class-action suit involving claims that defendant was operating an illegal lottery.
Obtained defense verdict in breach-of-contract action, which was upheld on appeal.