Morgan Lewis today announced that Patrick M. Ryan—a well-known San Francisco litigator who has spent more than a decade handling complex commercial litigation—has joined the firm as a partner in its Litigation practice, resident in San Francisco.

“Patrick has a wealth of experience trying complex cases across a number of industries,” noted Jami McKeon, head of the firm’s Litigation Practice. “Given Patrick’s many successes in both bench and jury trials at the state and federal levels, he will fit right in with our litigators in the Bay area, who have had a tremendous year with historic victories for Asahi Kasei Pharma and ActiveVideo Networks. We are thrilled to welcome him to the team.”

Mr. Ryan concentrates his practice on a cross section of complex commercial litigation, class action, intellectual property, antitrust, and constitutional matters. He represents clients in diverse industries, including software, healthcare, retail, biotech, manufacturing, and real estate.

Mr. Ryan is a member of The Lawyers’ Club of San Francisco and is a fellow of the American Bar Association. Mr. Ryan served on the board of governors of The Lawyers’ Club of San Francisco from 2000 to 2007 and as the club’s president in 2006. He has recently published articles on both class certification and antitrust policy.


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