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Guymon Pampa lawyer

Bryan Guymon

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Fax:

(806) 669-0440

Address:

120 W. Kingsmill Ave
Suite 505
Pampa, Texas 79065

Guymon Pampa lawyer

Bryan Guymon

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Bryan J. Guymon was born in Sitka, Alaska, grew up in Providence, Utah, and moved to Texas as fast as he could. He completed his undergraduate work at Utah State University, where he graduated cum laude with Bachelor of Art degrees in History and International Studies with a minor in Russian. In 2006, Bryan and his family moved to Lubbock, Texas to attend Texas Tech University School of Law where he graduated cum laude with his Doctor of Jurisprudence and Master of Science in Personal Financial Planning degrees. After graduation, Bryan and his family moved to Pampa, Texas to join the Underwood office in Pampa.  He is thrilled to be living and working in the Texas Panhandle.

Bryan enjoys golfing, fly fishing, camping and especially spending time with his wife Janelle and five children, Joshua, Grace, Hannah, Henry, and Jeremiah.

In addition to his focus areas of municipal law and immigration law, being in the Pampa office with Ken Fields allows Bryan the opportunity to focus on municipal law and immigration law as well as to maintain a broad-based general practice of law.

Experience

  • Over seven years as a licensed attorney.
  • Assisted three municipalities through the charter amendment process, with all proposed amendments having been approved by voters.
  • Successfully helped clients obtain employed-based and family-based immigration benefits.

Affiliations

  • “Working I-9 to 5: Ensuring a Legal Workforce” – Underwood Law Firm Employment Law Seminar, Amarillo, Texas – May 6, 2014
  • “Dangerous Buildings after Stewart v. City of Dallas” – Underwood Law Firm, Municipal Law Seminar, Garden & Arts Center, Lubbock, Texas, September 5, 2012
  • Texas Municipal Clerks Association (“TMCA”) South Plains Chapter Meeting., October 26, 2011
  • Basics of Estate Planning, Accolade Homecare and Hospice: Parkinson’s Support Group, Pampa, Texas, July 14, 2011
  • I-9 Compliance and Audits for Employers, Hereford Economic Development Corporation and Deaf Smith County Chamber of Commerce Lunch and Learn Series, May 3, 2011

Publications

  • Drafting a Peddler/Itinerant Merchant Ordinance; Co-author with Slater Elza and Audie Sciumbato, presented by Slater Elza at the 2012 Texas City Attorneys Association’s annual conference, Corpus Christi, Texas (June 6 – June 8), available athttp://www.texascityattorneys.org/2012speakerpapers/summerconference/DraftingAPeddler-ItinerantMerchantOrdinance.pdf
  • Nuisances: Code Enforcement, Co-author with Slater Elza and Alicia Currin-Moore, presented by Slater Elza at the 2010 Texas City Attorneys Association’s annual conference, Corpus Christi, Texas (June 9 – June 11), available athttp://www.texascityattorneys.org/2010speakerpapers/NuisanceEnforcement.pdf
  • Immigration Law: 2008 and 2009 Fifth Circuit Case Law, Charles A. Mallard, Nicholas Nevarez, Jr., and Bryan J. Guymon, 42 Texas Tech Law Review 791, Spring 2010.
  • Arturo Torres and Bryan J. Guymon, The Bar Examination and Admission to the Bar: An Annotated Bibliography of Articles, 1998-2007, 77 Bar Examiner 23 (No. 1, February 2008)

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