Bryan F. Jacoutot is an attorney at Atlanta-based law firm, Taylor English Duma. His practice centers on general litigation and election law, as well as providing employment law counsel to employers.
Bryan's election law practice focuses on civil litigation, appellate litigation, and government affairs. He primarily represents governments, candidates, and companies in election matters. He frequently litigates constitutional right-to-vote claims in federal court.
Bryan's employment law practice focuses on the employer. He has litigated employment matters in the state superior and appellate courts, but his practice primarily involves providing employment law advice and counsel to employers on the front end. The goal is always to avoid the necessity of litigation in the first place, wherever possible.
In addition to the law, Bryan devotes significant time to studying economics, history, technology, and public policy. Though seemingly distinct, these areas often intersect with one another and the law generally. The "Beyond Law" section of this site is dedicated to these topics, with a particular focus on Bitcoin. As you'll see, Bitcoin represents the ultimate intersection of the subjects this site explores.