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Ryan P. Morrison - Boston, MA

75 Park Plaza2nd Floor Boston, MA 02116

Updated: 02/22/2023

Boston False Claims Act Litigation Lawyer


Ryan P. Morrison has specialized in False Claims Act litigation since 2010, pursuing cases in the health care, pharmaceutical, utilities, and import/export industries. In 2022, he and law firm Greene LLP announced the largest whistleblower award in the history of the United States, a $264 million relator share from the $900 million settlement of a False Claims Act case against Biogen Idec, Inc.

About Ryan P. Morrison

Current Employment Position(s)

  • Attorney

Practice Areas

  • False Claims Act Litigation 80%
  • Employment Retaliation 15%
  • Complex Civil Litigation 5%


Past Positions

  • Neylon & O’Brien, P.A.
  • Boston College Legal Assistance Bureau


  • Boston College Law School, Boston, Massachusetts
    Honors: Managing Editor of the Law & Religion Program
    Honors: 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
  • Loyola University Chicago
    Honors: magna cum laude
    Honors: Honorary key to Loyola’s History Department
    Honors: James Charles Cox Prize from the English Department for demonstrated leadership skills and excellence in English studies

Office Information


75 Park Plaza2nd Floor Boston, MA 02116



  • Super Lawyers Rising Star, 2016 - 2022
  • Law360 Legal Lions, 2019 - Present

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