Faculty Profile: D. Bryan Thomas

D. Bryan ThomasBradley Arant Boult Cummings
Previous Courses Taught (8)
  • Construction Law 2021: The Impact of the 2020 Tennessee Construction Legislation
  • Construction Law Forum 2021
  • Construction Law: Warranty
  • Construction Law Forum 2017
  • Construction Law: Arbitration or Litigation 2014
  • Anatomy of a Construction Dispute from A to Z
  • Construction Law: Do You Arbitrate
  • Tennessee Construction Law: A - Z 2011

With a background in engineering, litigator Bryan Thomas is perfectly positioned to serve the full spectrum of construction industry clients. His practice focuses on construction- and property-related litigation where he represents owners, EPC contractors, general contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers in issues and projects ranging from state-of-the-art power plants to residential homes. He has also handled a variety of construction-related product liability cases and represented clients with property-related matters, from lien and title issues to eminent domain proceedings and natural resources issues involving oil, gas, and coal. In addition to litigation, Bryan advises clients regarding construction-related contracts, risk management, and project administration.
Bryan enjoys spending time with his wife, Erin, and their two children, Anna and Charlie, along with their family dog, Roxie. In his free time, he likes to be on the golf course although his game has steadily declined. He also enjoys playing soccer and skiing. He is an avid fan of sports, especially SEC sports. He is a dedicated fan of the University of Kentucky, the Tennessee Titans, and the Chicago Cubs. Bryan was the "Greek Man of the Year" while at the University of Kentucky.