Alyssia J. Bryant joined Keller and Heckman as an associate in 2013. She practices in all areas of telecommunications, litigation, and environmental law.
Ms. Bryant's telecommunications practice focuses on assisting corporate clients, trade associations, critical infrastructure companies and commercial providers with licensing, regulatory, transactional and litigation matters before the Federal Communications Commission, Federal Aviation Administration, the courts and state agencies. She also assists clients in identifying and acquiring wireless spectrum through secondary market transactions.
Ms. Bryant's litigation practice focuses on matters involving insurance coverage, class action, product liability, false advertising/unfair competition laws and trademark infringement. In her environmental practice, Ms. Bryant counsels clients on compliance with regulatory requirements under the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA). Ms. Bryant also advises clients on product safety and energy performance matters for residential appliances and commercial equipment.
While in law school, Ms. Bryant was elected Executive Publications Editor of the Howard Law Journal, overseeing the publication process and instructing new Journal members on legal citation rules and grammar. Her Comment was published in Volume 56, Issue 3 of the Howard Law Journal. Prior to law school, Ms. Bryant worked at a wills, trusts, estates and family law firm in Maryland.
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