Bryan A. Fox
Bryan is originally a native of Atlanta, Georgia. He attended The University of Georgia, where he earned degrees in Political Science and Spanish, magna cum laude. Before returning to UGA for law school, Bryan worked in south Brazil teaching English and music. After graduating law school in 2013, he was hired as an associate with a local class action litigation firm where he practiced complex civil litigation, primarily ERISA and consumer-based class actions. Bryan went on to found his own practice in employment and business law, representing clients in a variety of contexts. Bryan has a passion for standing up and fighting for those who are facing difficult legal problems – this is a principal reason why he joined Carlson Lynch. Class action cases afford access to justice for consumers and others who might not otherwise be able to afford an attorney, or for whom pursuing a case individually might be too difficult. To that end, Bryan is excited to use his skills and talents in representing those in need.
Bryan and his wife Lisa reside in the Pittsburgh neighborhood of Brookline with their rescue pit bull, Ace. In his free time, Bryan enjoys playing music, exploring the Pittsburgh culinary scene, and traveling.
- Supreme Court of Pennsylvania
- United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania
- American Bar Association
- Pennsylvania Bar Association
- Allegheny County Bar Association