Bryan F. Lewis, Esq.
Bryan Lewis’ practice focuses on the representation of commercial clients in complex civil litigation. He defends corporate, commercial, healthcare, technology, and energy clients in state and federal courts in all aspects of discovery, motion practice, trial preparation and litigation. Representative matters include Medicare fraud defense under the False Claims Act; advising institutional healthcare clients regarding issues and litigation stemming from the termination of physicians, academic faculty, and medical residents; and the representation of a Fortune 50 technology corporation in numerous commercial matters concerning contractual disputes, business torts, trade secret misappropriation, and Copyright infringement. Bryan also has extensive experience in environmental litigation.
Bryan ’s article, “Trouble in Academia: Ten Years of Litigation in Medical Education,” was published in the Association of American Medical Colleges’ publication, Academic Medicine, (November 2003 edition). Bryan has also presented to an audience of New York Supreme Court Justices on recent issues in New York ‘s Mental Hygiene Law and Kendra’s Law.
Bryan is admitted to practice law in the State of New York, theCommonwealth of Massachusetts, and in the United States District Court for the Southern, Northern, and Eastern Districts of New York. He also performs pro bono work on constitutional issues on behalf of a variety of organizations and institutions.
Bryan received his Juris Doctor degree from Brooklyn LawSchool, where he was a member of the Journal of Law and Policy, the Moot Court Honor Society, and Brooklyn LawSchool’s Federal Litigation Clinic. Bryan and his Moot Court team were also awarded “First Place Overall” & “Best Brief” in the National Telecommunications Competition in Washington,D.C. (2001). Bryan received his undergraduate degree in English (BA) from Washington & Lee University in Lexington,Virginia.