Ryan Buschell’s practice covers a broad range of civil litigation—from general commercial disputes to trade secret misappropriation and antitrust actions—with a focus on complex insurance coverage lawsuits. In insurance coverage, Mr. Buschell exclusively represents policyholders, and has been involved in matters cumulatively resulting in the recovery of over one hundred million dollars arising from third-party breach of fiduciary duty, bodily injury, trade secret misappropriation, and antitrust claims.
Mr. Buschell also has extensive experience representing corporations and individuals in government investigations and regulatory enforcement proceedings. He has advised clients with respect to government allegations of improper channel stuffing, broker-dealer registration, accounting practices, bribery, and material misrepresentations, among others.
Mr. Buschell maintains an active pro bono practice, with an emphasis on federal civil rights litigation. He currently represents the Greater Birmingham Ministries and the NAACP Legal Defense Fund in their challenge to Alabama’s 2013 Photo ID law under Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act and the United States Constitution.