- Employment and Labor
- Environmental and Toxic Tort Litigation
- Workplace Safety and Health
|University ||Howard University, B.A., magna cum laude, 2009|
|Law School||Howard University School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 2013|
|Admitted||District of Columbia; (not admitted in DC); New York; (not admitted in DC). (Not admitted in District of Columbia)|
•New York State Bar Association
•American Bar Association
•Federal Communications Bar Association
Alyssia J. Bryant joined Keller and Heckman as an associate in 2013. She practices in all areas of litigation, environmental law, and employment and labor law. Ms. Bryant also assists the Firm’s General Counsel. She counsels firm members on conflicts and ethics issues.
Ms. Bryant’s practice focuses on matters involving insurance coverage, class action, product liability, and false advertising/unfair competition laws. Ms. Bryant advises clients regarding compliance with regulatory requirements in the United States. She has also co-authored an article on developing issues in employment law.
While in law school, Ms. Bryant was elected as Executive Publications Editor of the Howard Law Journal, overseeing the publication process and teaching new Journal editors grammar and the law review-oriented citation rules. Her Comment was published in volume 56:3 of the Howard Law Journal. Prior to law school, Ms. Bryant worked at a reputable wills, trusts, estates, and family law firm in Maryland, which represented individuals in complex divorce and family law related litigation.
•Nov 25, 2013 Doug Behr, Alyssia Bryant, and Bob Niemann Won a Motion to Dismiss
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•Dec 29, 2014 Happy Holidays From the Telecommunications Practice Group
•May 20, 2014 Privacy Concerns Escalate as Drones Are About to Take-Off
•Apr 08, 2014 Litigation Alert
•Jun 14, 2012 Awarding Attorney's Fees in Exceptional Lanham Act Cases: A Jumble of Murky Law
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Privacy Concerns Escalate as Drones Are About to Take-Off
Alyssia J. Bryant, May 27, 2014
The widely-anticipated commercial deployment of drones piques the interest of critical infrastructure industries, the agricultural sector, and technology companies such as Amazon. Consistent with this commercial interest and its Congressional mandate, the FAA is developing proposed regulations for...
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