Kristin Bryan is a litigator experienced in the efficient resolution of contract, commercial and complex business disputes, including multidistrict litigation and putative class actions, in courts nationwide.

    She has successfully represented Fortune 15 clients in high-stakes cases involving a wide range of subject matters.

    Kristin has experience handling disputes involving complex scientific and technical issues in the healthcare, pharmaceutical, entertainment and automotive industries. She has represented clients in litigation and investigations at the state and federal level across the country.

    Prior to joining Squire Patton Boggs, Kristin worked at an international law firm in New York. During this time, she was recognized by the Legal Aid Society for her commitment to public service.

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    • Representing a Fortune 15 home appliances manufacturer in multidistrict litigation involving 26 putative class actions alleging violations of consumer protection statutes and other claims.
    • Representing a global manufacturer in complex commercial litigation involving breach of contract, alter ego and other claims arising out of an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) implementation.
    • Representing pharmaceutical manufacturer in multidistrict litigation involving putative class actions alleging violations of state consumer protection laws and fraud. Defeated class certification.
    • Representing a major media company in multidistrict litigation involving claims brought under the Video Privacy Protection Act, the Wiretap Act and various state privacy laws.
    • Representing a website operator in state attorney general investigation regarding the website operator’s marketing and ad sales practices.

    Education

    • Columbia Law School, J.D., 2010
    • Dartmouth College, B.A., 2007

    Admissions

    • Ohio, 2016
    • New York, 2011

    Courts

    • U.S. Dist. Ct., S. Dist. of New York
    • U.S. Dist. Ct., N. Dist. of Ohio

    Memberships and Affiliations

    • Member, William K. Thomas Inn of Court

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    • Co-author, “The Law of Averages: In a Narrow Ruling, the US Supreme Court Allows Representative Evidence ‘to Fill Evidentiary Gaps’ in Tyson Foods, Inc.,” Squire Patton Boggs Client Alert, March 2016.
    • Co-author, “What The ‘Narrow’ Tyson Foods Rule Means For Class Actions,” Law360, March 2016.

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