Bryan Harrison is a member of the firm's Commercial Litigation and Antitrust and Competition Groups.  Mr. Harrison focuses his practice in all phases of complex commercial, corporate, and securities litigation matters. Mr. Harrison provides guidance in connection with federal investigations and administrative proceedings and internal investigations regarding a wide range of issues, including fraud, misconduct, and privacy and data security. In addition, his practice encompasses all stages of litigation, including managing e-discovery, dispositive motions, taking and defending depositions, and preparing lay and expert witnesses for trial.

Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Harrison was a litigation associate at another AMLAW 100 firm in Washington, D.C.  Following law school, Mr. Harrison served as a law clerk to the Honorable William T. Moore, Jr. in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Georgia.

Civic Involvement & Honors

    • DC Capital Pro Bono High Honor Roll (2014, 2015) 
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Representative Experience

  • Represented major financial institution in multi-day jury trial involving fraud, lender-liability, and consumer protection claims. Client received jury verdict on all counts.
  • Conducted internal investigation concerning potential privacy data breaches for international financial institution.
  • Represented a corporation and its officers in connection with a federal government investigation concerning allegations of fraud and misconduct.
  • Represented accreditation body in federal court temporary restraining order hearing and preliminary injunction proceedings. Court denied issuance of TRO and also denied preliminary injunction.
  • Drafted amicus curiae brief to United States Supreme Court on disparate-impact liability under federal anti-discrimination statute.
  • Pro bono representation of indigent prisoner in federal §1983 case against prison officials alleging excessive force, and participation in federal Clemency Project 2014.


  • A Chilling Effect: Geopolitical Incentivizing and the Environmental Ramifications for the Arctic Region, 17 U. MIAMI INT'L & COMP. L. REV. 67 (2009)