Bryan Pritikin is a Partner in Carlile Patchen & Murphy’s Litigation Practice Group. Bryan has extensive experience representing clients in complex civil and commercial litigation. Bryan helps his clients develop and implement focused and coordinated litigation strategies.
Bryan’s practice is diverse and includes litigating business disputes to include, claims for breach of contract and fiduciary duties, fraud, restrictive covenants, employee misuse of confidential information and trade secrets, disputes between business owners, temporary restraining orders and preliminary injunctions, and other areas of corporate and commercial business litigation. Bryan is also frequently called upon to litigate estate and trust issues such as will and trust contests, executor and trustee removal actions, and other probate issues surrounding undue influence and financial exploitation.
Bryan appears before trial and appellate courts at state and federal levels, arbitration panels, and numerous other regulatory and administrative boards and commissions.
Bryan prides himself on building strong client relationships through frequent client contact, and his pre-trial diligence translates to focused and persuasive advocacy. With CPM’s diverse practice capabilities and cross-functional practice groups, Bryan can meet clients’ needs in any litigation context.
Bryan received his undergraduate degree from The Ohio State University and his law degree from Capital University Law School where he received the Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) award for Advanced Trial Advocacy.
At Capital, Bryan founded and served as President of the Military Law Society and served on the International Criminal Law Moot Court team, which was awarded the best defense brief at competition. Bryan drafted and successfully lobbied for the implementation of the civil and criminal litigation concentrations to Capital University Law School’s curriculum and served as the Regional Lt. Governor of Central Ohio for the ABA/LSD 6th Circuit.
Bryan is a member of the Ohio State and Columbus bar associations and is a member of multiple sections.
Bryan was recognized as a “Rising Star” by Ohio Super Lawyers magazine in 2018 and 2019.
Bryan is involved and often shares his expertise with local businesses and the legal community. He stays active in his community, is the past chair of Veterans Companion Animal Services, and volunteers with the Central Ohio Chapter of the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation. Bryan served as a paratrooper and was stationed at the 82nd Airborne Division.
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