Ryan Landis makes it a priority in his practice to provide value to the client by strategically evaluating the client’s case-specific goals while considering all aspects for the proliferation of the client’s business objectives. His unique background working for governmental entities, public interest groups and private corporations enables him to provide well-balanced perspectives for strategic decisions in product liability and toxic tort litigation and regulatory compliance. Ryan’s practice primarily involves the defense of corporations in toxic tort and environmental matters including asbestos/toxic exposure, product liability and premises claims.
Ryan’s practice also includes federal and state environmental counseling and litigation with an emphasis on petrochemical and agricultural product regulations, hazardous waste and groundwater contamination, environmental auditing, air quality management, and hazardous waste cleanup. He also regularly counsels clients regarding compliance with various federal, state, local and international environmental laws and regulations (RCRA, Clean Water Act, CERCLA). Ryan’s practice includes an emphasis on Proposition 65 defense as well. His extensive experience in all aspects of litigation provides critical value for cases headed for trial and he has served as trial counsel for a number of toxic tort matters throughout California.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Ryan S. Landis