Ryan Casey has more than twelve years of experience representing plaintiffs in the areas of consumer protection, class actions, complex litigation and insurance coverage. Prior to founding the Casey Law Firm, he was Of Counsel to a Miami litigation boutique and an associate at an established New Orleans firm. He has participated in leadership positions in numerous MDLs since starting his career.
Mr. Casey is licensed in Colorado, Louisiana, and Oregon. His national practice has led to his admission pro hac vice in numerous other federal or state courts, including those in Alabama, California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, New York, Pennsylvania, and Texas.
Mr. Casey has authored numerous scholarly or litigation practice articles, including What we learned from Katrina, TRIAL MAG. at 39-43 (Oct. 2009); Interpreting and Pleading under CAFA: A Practical Guide, BNA CLASS ACTION LITIG. REP., Vol. 9, No. 17 (Sep. 2008); Daubert and the Disappearing Jury Trial, 69 PITT. L. REV. 281 (2008); Consumer Class Actions after CAFA, 56 DRAKE L. REV. 303 (2008), Katrina Litigation: Defense Strategy and Implementation, 14 A.A.J. SEC. CONNECTION (2008); Class Actions Practice in the Wake of CAFA, ABA SECTION OF LITIG.: CLASS ACTIONS TODAY (2008); and Boomerang Litigation: How Convenient is Forum Non Conveniens in Transnational Litigation?, 4 B.Y.U. INT’L. LAW & MGMT. REV. 4 (2007).
Mr. Casey graduated from the University of Oregon School of Law in 2006 and from the College of William & Mary (B.A., Philosophy) in 2000. In 2001-2002, he served in the U.S. Peace Corps in Penza, Russia. While in law school, Mr. Casey clerked for various international environmental advocacy groups, living and working in Moscow, Russia and Mérida, Venezuela.