Bryan L. Plaster is based out of the Firm’s Minneapolis office and serves as Counsel to the Credit Reporting and Background Checks practice group. He focuses his practice on representing individuals who have been harmed by violations of the Fair Credit Reporting Act.
Mr. Plaster was previously employed as in-house counsel through a fellowship with SICK, Inc., an international manufacturer of industrial sensor technology. During his time at the University of Minnesota Law School, he served as a Student Attorney in the Consumer Protection Clinic, clerked at a mid-sized commercial litigation firm, and completed two judicial internships. He also competed in multiple moot court competitions, including as part of a team that reached the quarterfinals of the West Virginia National Energy and Sustainability Moot Court competition.
Mr. Plaster graduated cum laude from the University of Minnesota Law School and completed a B.A. with distinction in Economics and Geography at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Prior to embarking on a career in law, he spent five years in a variety of positions in the technology industry, including leadership roles in a late-stage startup where, in part, he assisted in guiding the company through various stages of growth and acquisition.