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Bryan Barber -

    Bryan Barber is the founder of the Barber Law Group. Bryan was previously a Founding Partner of Larson King and was a Partner at Zelle & Larson. Bryan's practice focuses on complex commercial litigation, including insurance coverage, toxic torts, products liability and environmental law. Bryan has extensive trial experience in both the State and Federal Courts.  He is AV Rated.

    Bryan's case experience includes involvement in some of the most significant coverage cases throughout the United States, in both Trial and Appellate Courts. He has successfully resolved hundreds of cases involving multi-million dollar exposure throughout the United States, resolving many prior to litigation or in the early stages of litigation. He has successfully litigated against many of the largest, best known firms in the country. He has appeared in State and Federal Trial Courts, California Courts of Appeal and the Ninth Circuit and has been admitted Pro Hac Vice in ten states.

    Bryan is a frequent panelist and lecturer for the National Business Institute. His presentations have included "Bad Faith Litigation in California", "Insurance Law: Third Party Coverage in California", and "Emerging Issues in California Indoor Air Quality and Toxic Mold Litigation". Bryan has served as a Judge Pro Tem for the Los Angeles Municipal Court.


University of Virginia, J.D., 1984

Miami University, B.A., 1981

Miami University European Center, Luxembourg, 1980-81


California State Bar

U.S. District Courts, Northern, Eastern and Central Districts of California

U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit


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