Bryan White’s practice focuses on personal injury, employment discrimination, commercial litigation, consumer fraud and whistleblower matters. Bryan has represented both individuals and businesses as plaintiffs in state and federal courts. His practice and experience involves handling all phases of litigation, from pre-suit through trial. In addition to trial and arbitration experience, Bryan has appellate experience in both state and federal courts, and has argued before the Missouri Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court of Missouri. In 2015, in U.S. ex rel. Miller v. Weston Educational Inc., et al., 784 F.3d 1198 (8th Cir. 2015), Bryan and co-counsel handled a successful appeal in a $32 million fraud case against a for-profit school arising under the False Claims Act. In Templemire v. W&M Welding, Inc., SC93132, Bryan handled a successful appeal challenging the jury instruction and causal standard required in workers’ compensation retaliation cases. The appeal resulted in an opinion by the Supreme Court of Missouri in April 2014 overturning 30 years of precedent. The opinion was named the biggest appellate decision of the first half of 2014 by Missouri Lawyers Weekly.