Bryan Dillon is one of a small number of attorneys in the state of California to have received certification by The State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization, as a Certified Specialist in Franchise and Distribution Law. He is also Co-Chair of the California State Bar's Standing Committee on Franchise Law.
He is primarily a business law litigator, but also represents clients in transactional matters such as entity formation, contract review/negotiations and all aspects of general business law.
He has represented some of the largest franchisee associations in the country as well as single unit franchisees and sole proprietorships.
He has amassed a superb trial and appellate record that is reflective of his outstanding analytical skills, thorough preparation and ability to convincingly present his clients' cases.
More importantly, his superior abilities in the courtroom have regularly produced favorable settlements for his clients, without the need of costly trials.
Bryan Dillon is a Graduate of The Dickinson School of Law of the Pennsylvania State University, the fifth oldest law school in the country, which is nationally recognized for its outstanding litigation programs.
He also attended summer sessions at both The University of Strasbourg School of Law (France) and The University of Vienna School of Law (Austria) where he studied under the Honorable Sandra Day O'Connor.
At Dickinson, he was Senior Editor of the Dickinson Journal of Environmental Law & Policy. Upon graduation, he was honored with the William H. Dodd Award -- Dickinson's ethics award presented to the graduating senior who best exemplifies the highest ideals of the legal profession.