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Bryan J. Jennings



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Bryan advises clients on complex litigation, securities matters, government enforcement actions, and internal investigations. He has experience in researching and drafting motions for litigation and arbitration, responding to whistleblower complaints, preparing witnesses for depositions, and conducting witness interviews. Bryan was a Summer Associate at Mintz in 2018.

He has an active pro-bono practice which involves both directly representing individuals seeking asylum within the United States and supporting organizations which do the same.

While in law school, Bryan served as an editor of The Georgetown Law Journal. Bryan also served as an intern in the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Division of Enforcement in the Office of Market Intelligence and as a law clerk at the National Veterans Legal Services Program through the AmeriCorps JD Program.

Before attending law school, Bryan worked as a commodity team lead in the Global Materials and Logistics department of an international aerospace engine manufacturer. He spent four years on active duty as a logistics officer in the United States Marine Corps, where he attained the rank of Captain, and attained the rank of Major in the Marine Corps Reserves in 2020.


  • Georgetown University Law Center (JD)
  • Franklin & Marshall College (BA)


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SEC Whistleblower Complaints Swell to a Flood: How to Find the High Ground of Sound Compliance

June 9, 2020 | Alert | By Adam Sisitsky, Megan Gates, Bryan J. Jennings

This article lists five best practices that employers can adopt to improve their compliance efforts and reduce the risk of a substantiated SEC whistleblower complaint.
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