Ryan Woody

Ryan Woody

Matthiesen, Wickert & Lehrer, S.C.

About Ryan Woody

Mr. Woody has a special interest in environmental and natural resources law. He is a member of the Natural Resources Division and Forest Resources Committee of the American Bar Association. He serves as legal counsel to the Ruffed Grouse Society, a national wildlife conservation and sportsmens association, on matters pertaining to the National Forests. He counsels natural resource clients in all aspects of Forest Service decision-making and its consequences on the forest's stakeholders, including industry, Native Americans, residents, and environmental interest groups. In addition, to National Forest legal issues, Mr. Woody concentrates his practice on ERISA litigation, subrogation and insurance defense and complex coverage issues and appeals. Mr. Woody has represented ERISA Plans in numerous federal courts around the country.

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Work experience

Matthiesen, Wickert & Lehrer, S.C.
Senior Associate Attorney | 2004 - Present
ERISA reimbursement litigation, national forest law, subrogation and insurance defense and complex coverage issues and appeals.
Wisconsin Department of Justice
Assistant Attorney General | 2004 - 2004
Civil Litigation and Defense of State Employees

Education

Marquette University Law School
J.D. (2004), Law | 2001 - 2004
Activities: Environmental Law Society President Moot Court. Honors: Dean's List
Bradley University
B.S., International Business; German | 1997 - 2001
Honors: Honors Society

Awards

Superlawyers | 2008