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Bryan Zubay – Appellate Lawyer

With experience as a law clerk to federal judges and as a trial lawyer for large companies, Bryan’s expertise is crafting compelling, case-winning arguments for Zehl & Associates’ clients, through briefing to the trial and appellate courts on the most important legal issues in their cases.

Bryan grew up in Sugar Land, Texas, and graduated from New York University with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics, and from the University of Texas at Austin School of Law before returning home to Houston.

He clerked for both the Honorable Magistrate Judge Peter J. Bray and the Honorable Judge George C. Hanks, Jr., where he assisted the court in making decisions and writing opinions about complicated personal injury, wage and labor, civil rights, and commercial disputes. This rare and prestigious experience has taught Bryan what arguments persuade courts, and how to identify and exploit the weaknesses in our opponents’ cases to our clients’ advantage.

Prior to joining Zehl & Associates, Bryan practiced at one of the largest law firms in the world, then moved to a trial boutique, where he primarily defended Fortune 100 and 500 companies. He quickly realized that his most personally rewarding cases were those where he represented and sought justice on behalf of people who were seriously injured or tragically killed, prompting his move to Zehl & Associates.

Outside of the office, Bryan enjoys running and cycling, spending time with his family and friends, and reading and writing fiction novels. He is also active in a number of charitable organizations that mentor underprivileged children and adolescents in the greater Houston area.