Bryen Hill represents both entities and individuals in civil litigation in a variety of state and federal courts on issues ranging from professional, insurance and casualty defense to business and commercial litigation. With substantial motion, injunction and trial practice experience, which emphasizes civil procedure and discovery issues, Bryen also regularly handles pre- and post-trial matters including post-settlement and attorney fee challenges. Additionally, Bryen’s civil litigation practice emphasizes issues of fraud and malfeasance.
Bryen enjoys a niche practice in sovereign immunity law, navigating the particular issues inherent in litigation with governmental agencies. Bryen has also been successful in defending large health care systems in various matters relating to HIPAA, patient privacy, PIP, workers’ compensation and consumer-related issues including FCCPA, FDCPA, TCPA and FDUPTA claims.
A significant portion of Bryen’s practice is devoted to whistleblower actions from detection, through fact gathering, drafting of complaints, litigation and appeals. Bryen works cooperatively with governmental agencies to protect whistleblowers in these qui tam actions.
Born in Bermuda, Bryen enjoys traveling, hiking, running and jazz music.