Mr. Rohm is an associate in the Pittsburgh office. His practice is focused on commercial litigation, with an emphasis on oil and gas matters and toxic tort cases. Mr. Rohm represents oil and gas producers, processors and pipeline companies throughout Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia in a wide variety of matters, including right of way disputes, surface disputes, preliminary injunctions, lease termination cases, implied covenant litigation, down-hole operations, seismic trespass, contract litigation, groundwater contamination litigation, royalty disputes, zoning matters, and eminent domain.
Mr. Rohm's experience includes:
Oil and Gas:
Products Liability and Toxic Tort Litigation: Bryan has experience representing various companies throughout the United States in product liability defense and toxic tort litigation.
Pro Bono: Bryan has an active pro bono practice, representing prisoners and religious entities in free speech, religious liberties, and civil rights matters, both at the trial level and on appeal. Bryan is also a member of the firm’s Cyber Civil Rights Legal Project and assists victims of “revenge porn” with takedowns and related litigation.
Mr. Rohm served as a judicial extern to the Honorable Maureen Lally-Green, Pennsylvania Superior Court, Spring 2008.