Ryan Blaney represents health care and life sciences clients in a wide range of litigation, regulatory, and transactional matters, but has particular experience in the areas of privacy law compliance and health care fraud litigation. Prior to joining Cozen O’Connor, Ryan worked for nearly a decade at two other international Am Law 100-caliber firms.
In his regulatory and transactional practice, Ryan serves public and private health care companies, academic medical centers, health systems, hospitals and physician organizations, manufacturers, medical devices, information technology and health plans. He frequently counsels providers on reimbursement matters, marketing and sales activities, and federal and state compliance mandates.
Ryan’s work is greatly informed by his experience as a teacher. Prior to attending law school, Ryan earned a master’s degree in education and taught at an under-resourced Catholic middle school. He is known for his ability to communicate clearly and to coordinate large teams working on complex matters. Ryan is co-editor of Cozen O’Connor’s Health Law Informer blog and authored the HIPAA and Medical Privacy chapter in a highly regarded PLI Treatise.
Ryan earned his B.A. and M.Ed. from the University of Notre Dame and his J.D. from Notre Dame Law School. He is active in the Notre Dame Alumni Association and the John Carroll Society in Washington, D.C. as a member of the planning committee of the annual Red Mass.