Ryan M. Philp concentrates his practice on high-stakes, complex corporate and commercial disputes, including class action and derivative litigation, securities litigation, cases arising out of M&A transactions, contests for corporate control, and other business disputes arising under federal and state law. He has represented public companies, private investment firms, financial institutions, and officers and directors in all phases of civil litigation, including jury and bench trials. Ryan also provides representation in regulatory matters and counseling in the fields of corporate governance, securities and business law. He is a frequent author and speaker on issues of corporate governance, director and officer liability and securities laws matters.
Ryan also has experience with whistleblower actions, including actions brought by the U.S. Department of Justice under the Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery, and Enforcement Act of 1989 (FIRREA) and the False Claims Act. In particular, Ryan has been involved in two FIRREA matters involving loan origination and asset-backed securities. Ryan has represented clients involved in various aspects of asset-backed securitizations in the mortgage and auto loan industry, including loan originators, underwriters, and servicers.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Ryan M. Philp