Bryan began his legal career 20 years ago as a certified legal intern with the Marin County District Attorney's office. He spent the following year as a certified legal intern with the York County Pennsylvania District Attorney's office. When he moved to California in 1999 he began work with a nationally recognized firm specializing in franchise law, and has been practicing franchise law ever since. He stayed with that firm for nearly 15 years becoming a named partner and helping build a solid reputation. However, given how technology has changed the legal landscape, Bryan decided several years ago to leave his firm and instead become a solo practitioner. This has allowed him to greatly reduce his overhead, reduce the costs to his clients and focus more closely on each individual case.