Associate attorney Ryan Toomey uses his diverse background to fuel his commitment to his clients. In addition to his background in intellectual property, Ryan has spent time defending high-profile criminal cases in the Los Angeles area. Ryan is crafty and zealous both in the courtroom and out allowing him to protect the interests of his clients.
Ryan received his Juris Doctor from Whittier Law School in Costa Mesa, CA. While at Whittier Law School, he was a competing member of both the Moot Court Honors Board and Alternative Dispute Honors Board, all while acting as a Fellow for the Center of International and Comparative Law. Shortly after graduating from Whittier Law School, Ryan moved to Las Vegas, Nevada and pursued his Master of Laws in Gaming Law and Regulation at the William S. Boyd School of Law at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. It was here where Ryan’s interest in intellectual property flourished. He worked at a slot machine manufacturer where he provided legal advice to the manufacturer’s board of directors to ensure that all trade secrets were secure. During his time in Las Vegas, Ryan also published an article in which he examines integrity issues within the eSports and what is needed to integrate the community into the traditional casino environment. Ryan uses his experience in the casino and eSports worlds to provide remarkable customer service.
Growing up in Reno, NV Ryan has a love of the great outdoors. Camping, fishing and nature are just a few of his favorite activities. Living in the constant hustle and bustle of Los Angeles, Ryan enjoys taking the occasional break to slow down and reset up in the mountains or down on the beach. Contrary to his love for the outdoors, Ryan is also an avid eSports enthusiast. From playing games to interacting with other players and streaming, you can find Ryan online on any given day. Lastly, no bio would be complete, without mentioning Ryan’s steadfast love for his Boston Red Sox. It’s hard to beat a day at the ball park enjoying America’s past time.
Ryan P. Toomey, Upholding the Integrity of Esports to Successfully and Safely Legitimize Esports Wagering, 23 Gaming L R. 12-18 (2019).
J.D., Whittier Law School
California State Bar