Fraser Stryker Welcomes Two New Partners: Brandon Crainer and Rhianna Kittrell

Fraser Stryker PC LLO is pleased to announce the recent election of two attorneys to partner, effective January 1, 2021. 

“We are delighted to announce the addition of two talented attorneys, Brandon Crainer and Rhianna Kittrell, as Shareholders,” said Michael Coyle, partner at Fraser Stryker. “Their skill level, experience, and commitment to the Firm’s clients is outstanding. We look forward to their continued success at Fraser Stryker.”

The attorneys elected to partnership are:

Brandon_Crainer_Partner

Mr. Crainer practices complex litigation in both federal and state courts, including class action defense, commercial disputes, insurance defense, and trucking litigation. Additionally, Mr. Crainer practices in labor and employment law with a focus on discrimination and harassment claims, EEO investigations, employment contracts, and wage and hour laws.

Prior to joining Fraser Stryker, Brandon was a law clerk to the Honorable Thomas D. Thalken, United States Magistrate Judge for the District of Nebraska.

Rhianna_Kittrell_Partner

Ms. Kittrell focuses her practice on labor and employment law. She advises employers on numerous matters, including wage and hour compliance.  Ms. Kittrell also assists employers in drafting and implementing policies and procedures and training managerial employees. Ms. Kittrell represents employers in litigation and before federal, state, and local agencies.

Rhianna also provides services to the Firm’s clients in general litigation, trust and estate administration, and probate proceedings.

 

Watch for more information:

Learn more about Mr. Crainer and Ms. Kittrell in our New Partner In-Depth Spotlights later this month.

Brandon J. Crainer

Brandon J. Crainer

Partner

(402) 978-5378
bcrainer@fraserstryker.com

Rhianna A. Kittrell

Rhianna A. Kittrell

Partner

(402) 978-5295
rkittrell@fraserstryker.com

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