Ryan represents clients in a wide range of complex commercial litigation matters, including insurance coverage disputes, government investigations, and qui tam actions. With an undergraduate degree in economics from Drexel University, he provides a unique perspective in cases that contain quantitative, data-driven components. As a law student at Duke University, he developed a particular interest in environmental law matters, serving on the Duke Environmental Law & Policy Forum, a student edited publication which examines environmental issues from legal, scientific, economic, and public policy perspectives.
Prior to law school, Ryan worked in forensic accounting and litigation consulting, where he assisted in the preparation of expert witness reports for various types of matters. His background in this area gives him extensive insight into the role expert witnesses play in the litigation process, and he utilizes this insight to contribute to overall case strategy and development. His wide-ranging experience has allowed him to be published on numerous occasions covering topics such as antitrust, corporate law, and the injunctive power of federal courts.