Bryan F. Jacoutot
Bryan’s practice focuses on civil and appellate litigation representing governments and elected officials in a wide range of election matters involving constitutional law and claims made under the Voting Rights Act. He also represents clients in cases involving state and local election laws.
Bryan has significant trial and motion practice experience. He has argued constitutional claims before a three-judge federal court, and completed several federal bench trials. One such successful trial was named one of the “Biggest Rulings in Georgia” of 2022 by Law360. He has argued a variety of complex motions in federal court, including a successful defense of Georgia’s redistricting maps following a six-day preliminary injunction hearing.
Bryan has written briefs for election cases brought before the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, the Supreme Court of Georgia, and the United States Supreme Court.
Bryan’s multifaceted legal practice centers on commercial litigation and election law. He also leads the firm’s Bitcoin practice team, which offers a full suite of legal services for Bitcoin-focused companies dealing with a wide range of challenges unique to the Bitcoin industry.
In addition to the law, Bryan devotes significant time to studying and writing about economics, history, technology, and public policy. This diverse cross-section of subject matters aids in his holistic view of election law and compliments his legal expertise in the Bitcoin industry.
- The Best Lawyers in America®, Ones to Watch, 2021-2023
- Georgia Super Lawyers, Rising Stars, 2021, 2023
- Corporate & Business
- Litigation & Dispute Resolution
- Georgia State University College of Law, JD, 2014
- Auburn University, BA, History, 2011