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Bryan Sanyi is a diligent litigation associate with a track record for handling complex legal matters across multiple domains. His pragmatic approach to law, underpinned by practical insights and hands-on experience, makes him a sought-after associate on ranging and multifaceted issues.

In the specialized area of Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) and Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (FMCSR), Bryan has garnered noteworthy experience. He has worked on a range of cases that involve key aspects of FMCSA regulations such as compliance, Hours of Service (HOS) rules, and Commercial Driver's License (CDL) requirements. His hands-on experience has equipped him with practical insights into navigating the regulatory framework, aiding clients in understanding the various obligations and potential pitfalls they may encounter.

Bryan has also handled cases that span from routine trucking accident claims to more complex disputes involving multi-party litigation. His proficiency extends to dissecting policy language, identifying coverage issues, and advising clients on risk management strategies. When dealing with personal injury, property damage, or cargo claims, his foundational understanding of both state law and FMCSA regulations allows him to tailor defense strategies that are not only legally sound but also aligned with industry standards and practices.

His role in emergency response often involves crucial initial steps following a commercial vehicle accident. Bryan is trained in the best practices for early accident investigation, from scene documentation to coordination with law enforcement agencies. This groundwork is invaluable for shaping the trajectory of future legal proceedings or regulatory inquiries, providing clients with a measured and fact-based early response that can be pivotal for case outcomes.

Separate from his transportation practice, Bryan is a Certified Information Privacy Professional in U.S. Law, a certification obtained through the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP). In this capacity, he provides advice on data governance and regulatory compliance, offering a level of specialized guidance in a complex and evolving field.

Bryan completed his undergraduate education with high honors from Texas Tech University in 2016 and went on to earn his Juris Doctor from Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law in 2019. He is admitted to practice law in the state of Texas and is an active member of both the State Bar of Texas and the IAPP.

Driven by a commitment to provide reliable and efficient legal solutions, Bryan's early career achievements are characterized by his diligent attention to detail and an understanding of both the broader legal landscape and the specific complexities of his chosen practice areas. His objective, fact-based approach has served him well in building professional relationships and achieving favorable outcomes for clients.

Bar Admissions

  • State Bar of Texas (2020)


  • Texas Tech University, high honors, 2016
  • Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law, J.D., 2019
  • State Bar of Texas
  • International Association of Privacy Professionals