Bryan Bleichner is a partner and shareholder at Chestnut Cambronne and focuses his practice on complex civil litigation and class action litigation, including the areas of data security breaches, antitrust, securities, and consumer protection litigation. He has been a part of litigation teams that collectively have recovered in excess of $11 billion for consumers, shareholders, and other individuals.
Bryan currently serves in a leadership capacity in: In re: FedLoan Student Loan Servicing Litigation; In re: Equifax, Inc., Customer Data Security Breach Litigation; The Arby’s Data Security Breach Litigation; The Chipotle Data Security Breach Litigation; The Wendy’s Data Security Breach Litigation; The Eddie Bauer Data Security Breach Litigation; In re: The Home Depot, Inc., Customer Data Security Breach Litigation; In re: Target Corporation Customer Data Security Breach Litigation, and In re: National Hockey League Players' Concussion Injury Litigation. He was recently involved in In re: Payment Card Interchange Fee and Merchant Discount Litigation. The case resulted in the largest ever settlement of a private antitrust case, recovering an historic $6.2 billion on behalf of over fifteen million merchants in the United States.
Bryan is an officer of the Antitrust Section of the National Federal Bar Association and has also participated in the Minnesota Chapter of the Federal Bar Association's Pro Se Project. He has been a featured speaker at the National American Bar Association Institute on Class Actions. Bryan has also been recognized as a Super Lawyer Rising Star by Super Lawyers magazine. He is a current member of the Sedona Conference Working Group Series, a research and educational institute dedicated to the advanced study of law and policy in the areas of antitrust law, complex litigation, and intellectual property rights.