Ryan A.Doringo

Associate

(T) 1.216.586.7273

Ryan Doringo focuses his practice on complex business disputes. His experience includes representing clients in breach of contract, consumer class action, products liability, and shareholder derivative lawsuits. Ryan also has significant experience in representing electric utilities in regulatory matters before state public utilities commissions. He is experienced in many aspects of pretrial and trial preparation procedures, including dispositive motion practice, oral argument, depositions, and complex discovery.

Ryan is also committed to representing clients on a pro bono basis, and he has experience representing pro bono clients in state and federal courts.

Experience

FirstEnergy subsidiary completes $300 million private placement of Senior Notes
Jones Day represented The Cleveland Electric Illuminating Company, an electric distribution utility subsidiary of FirstEnergy Corp., a diversified energy holding company, in connection with its private placement of $300 million of Senior Notes.

Weltman wins complete defense verdict in litigation brought by Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
Jones Day client Weltman, Weinberg & Reis Co., LPA ("Weltman") secured a complete defense verdict in litigation brought by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau ("CFPB").

Molycorp emerges from bankruptcy as Neo Performance Materials
Jones Day advised Molycorp, Inc. in the bankruptcy buyout of the company by Oaktree Capital Management, L.P.

Associated Estates defends challenge to its acquisition by Brookfield Asset Management
Jones Day represented Associated Estates Realty Corporation and its directors in action in Ohio federal court (settled) alleging breaches of fiduciary duty and disclosure violations in the company's cash out merger.

FirstEnergy obtains approval for third Electric Security Plan
Jones Day served as lead counsel for FirstEnergy Corp. before the Ohio Supreme Court, which affirmed a decision by the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio approving FirstEnergy's Ohio subsidiaries' proposed third Electric Security Plan.

Sprint Communications subsidiaries obtain $750 million secured credit facility
Jones Day advised wholly owned domestic subsidiaries of Sprint Communications, Inc., a telecommunications company, in connection with a $750 million secured credit facility.

Sprint Communications subsidiaries obtain $250 million secured credit facility
Jones Day advised wholly owned domestic subsidiaries of Sprint Communications, Inc., a telecommunications company, in connection with a $250 million secured credit facility.

Sprint Communications subsidiaries obtain $800 million secured credit facility
Jones Day advised wholly owned domestic subsidiaries of Sprint Communications, Inc., a telecommunications company, in connection with an $800 million credit facility.

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