Ryan M. Long
Posts by Ryan M. Long
Practical Law State Q&A: Vermont Trademark Laws
This month, attorneys Douglas Wolinsky and…
Practical Law State Q&A: Vermont Right of Publicity Laws
This week, attorneys Douglas Wolinsky and…
Ryan is an innovative attorney who leverages the latest legal technologies to achieve favorable and cost-conscious results for his clients.
Commercial litigation is burdensome on business; however, Ryan's clients move through the process with confidence because he takes the time to listen, define objectives, and provides regular and timely case updates to stakeholders. From basic email to encrypted international messages, Ryan also confidently manages complex eDiscovery and eRetention in both domestic and international litigation across multiple eDiscovery platforms.
When internal business owner disputes arise, he is well-versed in negotiating resolutions to complex, contentious, and often emotional conflicts, as well as advocating for his clients when those disputes end up in court.
Ryan also understands that intellectual property assets are the foundation of a company's value. Ryan protects his client's intellectual property and interests in both collaborative efforts, ranging from multi-state data aggregation for municipal self-insurers to revising end user licensing agreements, and in court when collaboration breaks down.
And, while ordinary litigators may be comfortable in court, administrative agencies play by a different set of rules that often catch litigators flat-footed. Ryan's experience spans formal administrative hearings as well as working with regulators and clients to reach practical resolutions.
Before coming to Vermont, Ryan practiced in Manhattan at a large national law firm where he gained wide-ranging experience in complex commercial litigation in high-profile cases including private equity disputes, employee stock buybacks, class action defense, as well as prospective litigation strategy, and employment law for clients ranging from large corporations and holding companies to government agencies.
- J.D., New York University School of Law; Mortimer Bishop Scholar
- New York University Journal of Law and Liberty, Executive Editor
- B.A. English, Michigan State University, Magna Cum Laude
- American Bar Association
- Vermont Bar Association
- Chittenden County Bar Association
- New York State Bar Association
Admitted to Practice
- Vermont Bar
- U.S. District Court for Vermont
- U.S. District Court of Vermont Bankruptcy
- New York Bar
- U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York
- U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York
Publications / Presentations
- Co-Author, Right of Publicity Laws: Vermont State Q&A, Westlaw, 2019