Bryan H. Mintz
Bryan H. Mintz became a partner with Paris Ackerman & Schmierer in 2011. Bryan is an experienced trial attorney who focuses his practice on complex litigation, involving contract and business disputes, products liability, consumer class actions and personal injury litigation.
Bryan has litigated complex matters on behalf of clients ranging from closely held corporations to large Fortune 500 companies. He has prosecuted and defended a broad range of business litigation matters, including partnership disputes; breach of contract claims; unfair competition claims; complex equipment lease defaults; breaches of employee benefit plans; insurance coverage disputes; wrongful termination disputes; commercial lease disputes and various cases involving deceptive marketing, misrepresentations and fraud.
Bryan also has extensive experience with products liability defense involving medical devices, pharmaceuticals, silica, asbestos, and industrial machines. He has litigated cases on behalf of hospitals, pharmaceutical companies, and physicians. In addition to actively representing clients in lawsuits, Bryan has counseled companies on risk management and litigation avoidance strategies.
On the individual litigation side, Bryan has represented individuals in automobile negligence, premises liability, wrongful death and survivorship, and various other negligence lawsuits. He has successfully recovered millions of dollars for his clients through mediation, arbitration and trial.
Prior to joining Paris Ackerman & Schmierer, Bryan was a senior litigation attorney with New Jersey's oldest and largest law firm, McCarter & English. He previously practiced corporate law at Kelley Drye & Warren in New York where he worked on initial public offerings, mergers & acquisitions, licensing contracts, vendor contracts and co-location agreements.
Bryan earned his J.D. degree from Rutgers University School of Law, where he was a research assistant; was a member of Hunter Advanced Moot Court; and served as research and writing and moot court teaching assistant. After law school, he worked as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Robert Muir, Jr., Presiding Judge of the New Jersey Appellate Division.
Bryan is currently licensed to practice law in New York and New Jersey and admitted to practice before the courts of the District of New Jersey, The Eastern District of New York, and the Southern District of New York. He is a member of the New York and New Jersey Bar Association and serves on the New Jersey Bar Association Automobile Reparations Committee and is a member of its Business Law Section.