Bryan C. Hathorn

Associate | Los Angeles

Bryan is an associate in the litigation and arbitration team.

As well as providing general litigation advise, he focuses on litigation involving trusts and estates.

Bryan has a diverse background. Before entering the legal profession, he was awarded a Ph.D in Chemical Physics from the California Institute of Technology and worked as a research scientist at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.

After law school, he served as a law clerk for Justice Janice Holder of the Tennessee Supreme Court, which was the court of last resort for all cases in the state.

Previously he worked as an attorney at a Los Angeles law firm and handled intellectual property, mass torts, and securities litigation and advised clients in tax controversy matters. As a result, Bryan had exposure to a wide range of legal matters, which gives him the ability to spot his clients’ legal issues and resolve them as efficiently as possible.

Admissions

Publications

State of Tennessee, 2010

State of California, 2013

Central District of California, 2014

‘Federal Rules of Evidence 413, 414, and 415: Fifteen Years of Hindsight and Where the Law Should Go From Here’, 7 Tenn. J. L. & Pol’y (2011)

‘A Contract to Bypass a Valid Stock Transfer Restriction is Unenforceable by the Seller’, Baugh v. Novak, No. M2008-02438-COM-R3-CV, 2009 Tenn. App. LEXIS 54, 2009 WL 2474714 (Tenn. Ct. App. Aug. 13, 2009), 11 Transactions: Tenn. J. Bus. L. 244 (2010)

‘The Death of a Joint Tenant with Right of Survivorship Extinguishes a Pending Suit for Partition of Real Property’ Rusnak v. Phebus, No. M2007-01592-COA-R9-CV, 2009 Tenn. App. LEXIS 328, 2008 WL 2229514 (Tenn. Ct. App. May 29, 2008), 10 Transactions: Tenn. J. Bus. L. 278 (2009)

Education


Languages


  • English

Dates


Joined

2015

Los Angeles

1925 Century Park East,

Suite 400,

CA 90067

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