Commercial trial lawyer Patrick M. Ryan has joined Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell LLP (JMBM) as a partner and will head the Firm’s Antitrust Practice Group. Previously with Morgan Lewis, Ryan has significant expertise in complex commercial litigation including antitrust, class action, intellectual property, anti-counterfeiting/supply chain, and constitutional matters.

“We are pleased to welcome Patrick to the firm,” said JMBM managing partner Bruce Jeffer. “Throughout his legal career, he has produced outstanding results by advising his corporate clients in how to mitigate litigation risk, by resolving disputes creatively and efficiently, and by going to trial and winning.”

Ryan represents clients across a myriad of industries, including global electronic manufacturers, global retailers, consumer electronics retailers, telecommunications companies, software developers, mortgage companies, health care institutions, and energy companies, among others.

“Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell is a top-notch law firm and its sophisticated clientele require legal expertise in a full range of areas, including antitrust,” said Ryan. “The lawyers here are energetic and forward-thinking, and I look forward to working with them to solve our clients’ issues.”

Ryan received a J.D. from the University of Notre Dame Law School (1999) and a B.A. from the University of Arizona (1996) where he graduated magna cum laude, with honors. Ryan is also a former President of Lawyers’ Club of San Francisco.

Resident in the firm’s San Francisco office, Ryan represents his clients’ interests worldwide.


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