Jerri A. Ryan
Jerri Ryan represents clients in corporate and commercial litigations involving contractual, corporate governance and insurance disputes; mineral and gas rights disputes; and trust and estate law issues.
Jerri represents clients in a wide variety of litigation and appellate matters in federal and state courts in Pennsylvania and California, including matters involving contractual and commercial disputes, partnership and corporate officer and director disputes (including those involving asset and stock purchase agreements), tort liability, mineral and gas right disputes, trust and estate law issues, liquor license law, breaches of non-competition agreements and injunctive relief. She practices in the area of corporate and commercial litigation and is admitted to practice before the courts of Pennsylvania, California and the United States District Courts for the Western District of Pennsylvania, the Southern District of California and the Central District of California, as well as the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.
Jerri co-chairs the firm’s Litigation group. She is also a member of the firm’s E-Discovery and Records Management Committee and has advised clients and given numerous presentations on issues surrounding electronically-stored information, as well as written on the subject. Jerri began her legal career with Clark Hill Thorp Reed in 1997 and was with the firm through 1998. Following several years of practicing in San Diego, California and living abroad in Japan, Jerri rejoined the firm in 2005.
2014 – 2020: Super Lawyers – Selected for inclusion in Pennsylvania Super Lawyers & Rising Stars list.
2017: Top 50 Women Pennsylvania Super Lawyers
2010-2012: Pennsylvania Super Lawyers, Rising Star
The Best Lawyers in America
Allegheny County Bar Association
Pennsylvania Bar Association
Past Director, Executive Committee, Junior Achievement of Western Pennsylvania, Inc.
Past Member, Allegheny County Bar Association Judiciary Committee
Past Member, Okinawa Bench-Bar Association and Okinawa International Women’s Association while living in Japan