Bryan Green joined Baron & Budd in August 2015, when he took the helm to serve as lead counsel in the firm’s trucking and catastrophic injury section. He represents individuals and families who have sustained devastating injuries or suffered wrongful deaths of loved ones due to the reckless and careless acts of others. Mr. Green aggressively pursues justice for them and ensures that wrongdoers are held accountable. In doing so, he has recovered millions of dollars on behalf of his clients.
Mr. Green has tried cases to verdict and judgment in courts throughout Texas, including obtaining one of the highest jury verdicts for Dallas County in 2018. He was selected as one of the “Top 40 Under 40” plaintiff lawyers in Texas by the National Trial Lawyers and has been honored as a Super Lawyers’ Rising Star (a distinction reserved for only 2.5% of attorneys in Texas).
Mr. Green has a wealth of knowledge of the trucking industry, particularly from a legal and litigation standpoint. He uses that knowledge and experience to advance his clients’ cases and enhance the value of their claims. Currently, he is a member of the renowned Interstate Trucking Litigation Group of the American Association for Justice, the leading collaborative network of plaintiff trucking lawyers.
Prior to joining Baron & Budd, he spent years representing commercial drivers and trucking companies on the defense side. This experience gives him a unique perspective and understanding when it comes to case investigation and analysis. In addition to trucking litigation, Mr. Green has extensive experience dealing with catastrophic injuries caused by a wide variety of wrongful acts, including drunk driving accidents, product failures, fights and assaults, and violations of civil rights.
Mr. Green graduated from Texas Tech School of Law in 2009 and obtained his Texas law license that same year. He is admitted to practice law in every state court and federal district court in Texas. Prior to law school, he received his bachelor’s degree in International Studies from the University of Denver where he was a 2003 Academic All-Conference selection for the university’s NCAA Division I Men’s Soccer team.
When not practicing law, Mr. Green enjoys spending time with his family and is an avid fan of the Dallas Mavericks.
- Author, “Antitrust in the Realm of Sports,” NYSBA’s Entertainment, Arts& Sports Law Journal, 2012
- Author, “Contemporary Governance of Transboundary Groundwater Resources,” The Journal of Water Law, 2012
- Author, “Advances in Transboundary Groundwater Management: The Guarani Aquifer Agreement,” New England Law Review On Remand, Vol. 46, 2012
- Author, “NAFTA Cross-Border Trucking Dispute Nears Resolution,” ABA International Law Section’s International Trade Committee Newsletter, Vol. VI, No. 1, 2011
- Co-Author, “Considerations for Professional Sports Teams Contemplating Going Public,” Northern Illinois Law Review, Vol. 31, Issue 1, p.69 2010
- Author, “The Guarani Aquifer and International Groundwater Law,” Denver Water Law Review, Vol. 13, Issue 2, p. 361, 2010
- Author, “New Wrinkles in the NAFTA Trucking Dispute,” ABA International Law Section’s International Trade Committee Newsletter, Vol. III, No. 3, 2009
- Author, “Lessons from the Montreal Protocol,” Environmental Law, Vol. 39, p. 253, 2009
- Author, “Can Major League Soccer Survive Another Antitrust Challenge?” International Sports Law Review, Vol. 9, Issue 4, p. 79, 2009
- Co-Author, “Meeting the Challenges of Foodborne Illness Liability Claims,” Food Safety Magazine, Focus on Foodborne Illness, p. 24, 2009
Texas Tech School of Law (J.D., 2009)
University of Denver (B.A., 2005)
Bar & Court Admissions
U.S. District Courts for the Northern, Southern, Eastern, and Western Districts of Texas
National Trial Lawyers’ Top 40 Under 40, 2017-present
Super Lawyers’ Texas Rising Star, 2018-present
State Bar of Texas
Texas Trial Lawyers Association
AAJ’s Interstate Trucking Litigation Group
AAJ’s Traumatic Brain Injury Litigation Group
American Association for Justice
American Bar Association
Dallas Bar Association