Eau Claire Lawyer Bryan Symes Mediation Services
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Attorney Bryan T. Symes in Eau Claire, Menomonie, and Black River Falls

Bryan has over a decade of experience representing business clients in the areas of employment law and litigation, labor relations and alternative dispute resolution. He is also a registered athlete agent/advisor and has experience advising professional baseball players.

In 2009, Bryan was recognized in Minnesota Lawyer as Up & Coming Attorney and named Rising Star by Wisconsin Super Lawyers in 2011 and 2013-2016. He is admitted to practice in Wisconsin, Minnesota and Illinois.

Bryan received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Wisconsin–Madison in 2001 where he majored in political science. In 2004, he earned his Juris Doctorate with honors from the Chicago-Kent College of Law.

Bryan is a member of the American Bar Association, Wisconsin Bar Association, Eau Claire County Bar Association, Illinois State Bar Association, and Minnesota Bar Association. He serves as a board member for the State Bar of Wisconsin Sports and Entertainment Law Section, has served as a board member of the Labor and Employment Section and is a member of the Education and Networking Committee.

Bryan is also a member of the Chippewa Valley Society for Human Resources Management, the Christian Legal Society, the Sports Lawyers Association, and UW Alumni Association. He is a board member on the Executive Committee of Momentum West and Fierce Freedom and has served as a board member for the Children’s Museum of Eau Claire and coached AYSO soccer with the Chippewa Valley Soccer League.

One of the largest firms in the region with offices in Eau Claire, Menomonie, and Black River Falls, Weld Riley is ideally suited to provide the assistance you need. Contact us for a consultation today!

 

Articles:

Safety First – Trump OSHA Makes Employer Post-Accident Drug Testing Safe Again

Expunction Junction, What’s Your Function: Labor and Industry Review Commission Determines that “Substantial Relationship” Defense Cannot Be Based Upon Expunged Convictions

No Cakewalk: SCOTUS to Determine Proper Interplay Between Religious Liberty Rights and Anti-Discrimination Law

Hit the Road Jack: Trucking Company Had Just Cause To Terminate Employee’s Employment for Violating Work Rules

Federal Court to Whole Foods – Candid Camera Policy No Laughing Matter under the NLRA

For Crying Out Loud: Employee’s Out-of-Character Tears Place Employer on Constructive Notice of Need For FMLA Leave

Education

University of Wisconsin – Madison
Chicago-Kent College of Law

Awards and Associations

American Bar Association
Wisconsin Bar Association
Illinois State Bar Association
Minnesota Bar Association
Eau Claire County Bar Association
Up & Coming Attorney – Minnesota Lawyer
Rising Stars - Wisconsin Super Lawyers
Chippewa Valley Society for Human Resource Management
Christian Legal Society
Sports Lawyers Association