Bryson Wilson focuses his practice on commercial and civil litigation in state and federal courts. He has experience assisting clients in a wide range of commercial disputes in the areas of healthcare, managed care, employment, finance, and debt collection. Bryson also represents small and medium size businesses in general corporate matters, including preparation of corporate filings, operating agreements, and other corporate documents.
Bryson empowers his clients by taking the focus off the esoteric aspects of the law and placing it squarely in the context of client goals. Accomplished in corporate debt collection, employment disputes, family law, and personal Injury, clients and colleagues value Bryson’s personal approach, responsiveness, and skills in case presentation, writing, and case management.
A proud native of Darien, Bryson is an active member of the community and regularly gives his time in the service of nonprofit organizations, with a particular passion for issues related to domestic violence, social justice, and racial discrimination. Before joining Butler Tibbetts, Bryson served as a Legal Intern for the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation and as a Legal Assistant for Chaffetz and Lindsey in New York City.
Assisted in the incorporation of the Darien Domestic Abuse Council, Inc.
Successfully assisted senior attorneys in enforcing restrictive covenants in Connecticut State Court and Connecticut District Court.
Highlights & Insights
- University of Connecticut School of Law Pro Bono Pledge, 2016
- Lutheran World Federation, Observation of the 71st session of the U.N. Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, 2007
- Darien Domestic Abuse Council, Inc., Committee Member At Large