When it comes to law, Brian knows that proactive and legal guidance creative can protect tech manufacturers whose products push the boundaries of what’s possible. Artificial intelligence and autonomous products in our computers, on our streets, and in our skies that move information, people, and products are becoming a fact of life in the 21st Century.
With these advancements comes a need for legal minds like Brian’s to consider how to protect the companies and people making them. Brian’s main goal as an attorney is to leverage his experience representing clients in the transportation and mobility industries to defend clients who drive innovation.
He can also handle complex litigation and corporate law matters. Brian advises his corporate clients in issues concerning strategy such as mergers and acquisitions, financing, and other business transactions. He can also help business owners of all kinds (including the transportation industry) and investors understand compliance with federal and state agencies. He’s no stranger to the game and has help corporations deal with complicated arbitration proceedings, mediations, motions practice, trial preparation, and all phases of discovery.
Brian uses pro bono work like a whetstone to sharpen his courtroom skills in service of those who are engaged in disputes concerning child custody and support, divorce, record expungement, and commercial theft.
During his time at Texas A&M School of Law, Brian made a living as an operations manager for UPS and managed a facility start up that grossed $27 million in revenue during its first year. He also volunteered at the Texas A&M Law Clinic, where he advocated for clients in a wide variety of disputes, including matters involving divorce, child custody, visitation and protective orders.
During his final year in law school, Brian founded a logistics technology and transportation company that grossed $725k in revenue in its first year of operations.
- 2014 – J.D., Texas A&M School of Law
- 2009 – B.B.S., Accounting & Supply Chain Management, Ohio State University
- State Bar of Texas, 2014
- United States District Court, Northern District of Texas
Memberships & Activities
- Dallas Bar Association
- Dallas Association of Young Lawyers
- Dallas Volunteer Attorney Program
Additional Coursework & Conference Attendance
- Products Liability Advisory Council, Inc. semi-annual conference, 2017, Dallas, Texas
- Products Liability Advisory Council, Inc. semi-annual conference, 2018, Washington D.C.
For more information about Brian Wcislo or his law practice, contact him online or call (214) 740-6160 for assistance.