Ian M. Bryson, Esq. | Philadelphia Attorney
Philadelphia Wage & Hour Lawyer
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | 215-391-4790 ext. 110
Voorhees, New Jersey
Rowan University, Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Economics
Rutgers Law School, Juris Doctor
Pennsylvania, New Jersey, U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey
Wage & Hour, Employment Law, Sexual Harassment, Employment Discrimination
Mr. Bryson represents workers in lawsuits arising under federal and state wage and hour laws. As part of his employment law practice, Mr. Bryson litigates a wide variety of complex employment issues on behalf of both individuals and large numbers of similarly situated workers in class and collective actions. He regularly represents clients in matters involving unpaid minimum wages, overtime rights, tip theft, employee misclassification, whistleblower complaints, retaliation, discrimination and harassment.
In law school, Mr. Bryson was a Marshall-Brennan Teaching Fellow, the Associate Notes Editor of the Rutgers Journal of Law and Religion, a competitor in the Hunter Moot Court Competition, and the recipient of several awards for Outstanding Oral Advocacy and Legal Writing.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Bryson served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable John E. Harrington, Presiding Civil Judge of the New Jersey Superior Court, Law Division, in Burlington County, New Jersey. In law school, Mr. Bryson worked as a law clerk to the Honorable Francis A. Polito, Chief Administrative Law Judge at the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
Mr. Bryson in the News:
- Richard Ross, Philadelphia’s Police Commissioner, Resigns (The New York Times)
- Suit Claims Keg & Kitchen Cheated Employees (Courier-Post)
- Keg & Kitchen Wage Dispute Nears End (Courier-Post)
- Ex-Servers Seeking Lost Overtime Pay Sue Camden County Restaurant (NJ.com)
- Lawsuit Alleging Unfair Pay Prompts Concern of Camden County (Philly Voice)
- The Fatal Barclay Friends Fire: No Water and a Faulty Alarm, Lawyers Say (Philadelphia Inquirer)
- Faulty Sprinklers Let Pa. Nursing Home Burn Down, Suit Says (Law 360)
- Lawsuit Alleges “Agonizing and Lonely Deaths” in Barclay Friends Fire (Philadelphia Inquirer)
- Law Firm Secretary Says She Was Fired Over Cancer Time Off
- Law Firm Faces Suit Over Dismissal Of Secretary With Cancer