Dane Bryant is an Associate in Connell Foley's Insurance Defense, Construction and Aviation Groups. His experience includes counseling Fortune 500 companies, airports and governmental entities in complex multi-million-dollar aviation, products liability and personal injury matters. He has also defended engine manufacturers and engine component part manufacturers in high-profile lawsuits involving hundreds of casualties. His defense practice covers product manufacturers to service providers and insurers in state and federal courts throughout the United States.
During law school, Dane worked as a paralegal for a New York City law firm where he gained experience defending clients in construction site and premises liability cases. He is a pro bono volunteer with Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, and previously provided pro bono services to the Safe Passage Project, a not-for-profit organization that provides legal counsel to unaccompanied immigrant children who are crossing the border into the United States.
In law school, Dane received the CALI Excellence for the Future Award for Academic Excellence in International Law and was a member of the Black Law Student Association. He is currently a member of the New York City Bar Association, National Bar Association and Hispanic National Bar Association.
- Author, “Arising Out of” The Stream of Commerce: Supreme Court to Provide Clarity on Specific Jurisdiction in Upcoming Ford Motor Cases, Aircraft Builders Counsel’s 2020 Law Report
- Author, Damage Control: Measuring Damages to Foreign Victims in United States Courts, Aircraft Builders Counsel’s 2019 Law Report