Ryan P. Morrison
Since joining the firm in 2010, Ryan P. Morrison has specialized in False Claims Act litigation. Named a Super Lawyers Rising Star in 2016, Mr. Morrison is a skilled investigator, writer and editor who plays a role in each of the firm’s whistleblower cases, devoting particular attention to the retaliation claims of the firm’s clients pursuant to 31 U.S.C. § 3730(h) of the False Claims Act.
Given his familiarity with rapidly changing case law in the burgeoning practice area, Mr. Morrison frequently assists in evaluating potential cases, spotting potential pitfalls to discuss them with potential clients. He participates in all phases of Greene LLP’s False Claims Act cases, from initial investigation and drafting to litigating cases in which the government has declined to intervene. At the firm, nearly all court briefs and other filings are reviewed and revised by multiple attorneys, and Mr. Morrison also acts as one of the firm’s principal editors, drawing on graduate studies in linguistics and over a decade of substantial writing and editing experience.
Prior to joining Greene LLP, Mr. Morrison worked in the civil litigation practice of Neylon & O’Brien, P.A., and managed cases at the Boston College Legal Assistance Bureau. He graduated from Boston College Law School in 2010, where he served as Editor-in-Chief of a student newspaper and Managing Editor of the Law & Religion Program. Mr. Morrison also worked as a research assistant to Professor Daniel Coquillette, a former Dean of Boston College Law School and Reporter to the Committee on Rules of Practice and Procedure, Judicial Conference of the United States.
Mr. Morrison graduated magna cum laude in 2004 from Loyola University Chicago, receiving an honorary key to Loyola’s History Department and the James Charles Cox Prize from the English Department for demonstrated leadership skills and excellence in English studies. In his free time, he enjoys research and writing about baseball for ESPN and Baseball Prospectus.