Bryan Starrett Named to Greensboro War Memorial Commission
Brooks Pierce partner Bryan Starrett has been named to the Greensboro War Memorial Commission.
Appointed by the Greensboro City Council, members of the War Memorial Commission serve as the volunteer advisory board for the Greensboro Coliseum Complex.
Starrett has a unique background as a litigator, employment lawyer, and in-house generalist for a new public company. This combination of experience gives him an invaluable perspective for understanding how a legal issue fits within clients’ business operations and goals, and how to provide thoughtful and practical counsel to clients.
In his litigation practice, Starrett represents clients in all levels of state and federal courts in North Carolina, including the North Carolina Business Court. He has represented clients in matters involving shareholder rights, corporate governance, antitrust, breaches of contract, covenants not to compete, employment discrimination, personal and business torts and constitutional litigation.
Clients appreciate his ability to help them navigate legal risks within the context of their business goals and finding practical legal solutions that support their business objectives. He is a true partner and counselor, understanding firsthand the responsibility and pressures of legal issues within a company.
In addition to using his combination of legal and business experience to help clients, Starrett also works as an adjunct professor at Wake Forest Business School where he helps business students identify, understand, and learn how to navigate the legal environment of the businesses in which they work.
He received his undergraduate degree from Wake Forest University and his law degree from the University of Virginia School of Law.
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