Ryan is a discovery attorney in the Business Litigation group’s Discovery Department. He researches and analyzes recent court decisions and legal precedents to assist litigators in counseling clients on e-discovery rules, procedures and obligations. He also provides support for the preservation, collection, review and production of electronic information in litigation. In addition, he assists in evaluating digital forensics and information governance issues related to data security, privacy and records management.

Ryan’s work has encompassed a broad range of matters including breach of contract, employment litigation, patent litigation, antitrust, securities law, civil fraud, product liability and white-collar crime.


Examples of Ryan’s experience include:

  • Collecting, reviewing and analyzing documents for litigation
  • Assisting in preparation and analysis of depositions
  • Conducting research and drafting memorandum for senior counsel and assisting with trial preparations

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