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Overview

Overview

Ryan Mardini is an attorney in our Mergers & Acquisitions, Emerging & Growth Business, and Tax practice groups.  He focuses his practice on advising companies on mergers and acquisitions, business formations, private equity, corporate finance, and general corporate matters. Ryan draws on his experience in corporate and international taxation in order to creatively structure transactions in a strategic and efficient manner, representing buyers and sellers locally and nationally.

Ryan is currently pursuing his Master of Laws (LL.M.) focused in M&A and Taxation from Georgetown University Law Center. He is fluent in Arabic and conversant in French.

Education & Admissions

Education & Admissions

 

Education

  • Georgetown University Law Center
    Master of Laws (LL.M.) in M&A & Taxation, expected completion December 2021
  • Corporate Finance Institute
    Financial Modeling & Valuation Analyst Certificate (FMVA), M&A & Corporate Finance, 2018
  • University of Detroit Mercy Law School
    J.D. with honors, cum laude
    Class of 2018 Commencement Address Speaker; Law Review Member (2016-2018)
    Recipient, Book Award: Highest Grade in First Amendment Writing Seminar
    Recipient, Dean’s Upperclassmen Scholarship for Excellence
    Recipient, Ralph E. McDowell and Nancy A. Glen Outstanding Law Student Award
  • University of University of Michigan
    B.A. in Criminal Justice & Political Science

Languages

  • Fluent in Arabic
  • Conversant in French

Bar Admission

  • Michigan
  • U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan
  • U.S. District Court for the Western District of Michigan

Affiliations

Affiliations

  • Advisory Board Member, Playworks

News

News

Publications

  • Taxation of Mergers & Acquisitions: The Binary Effect of Judicial Tomes and a Global Pandemic on the Revitalized Need for Tax Sharing Agreements, 29 UNIV. MIAMI BUS. L. REV. 3, 2020
  • Point of Intersection – Where Blockchain Meets Bankruptcy: Can the Ingenuity of Blockchain Restructure and Streamline the Bankruptcy Process?, 90 WAYNE L.J. BUSINESS L. 30, 2020
  • The Quantification of Remedying Change: How the Proliferation of Autonomous Vehicles Will Change Michigan’s Current Insurance Regime, 35 W. MICH. U. THOMAS M. COOLEY L. REV. 2 2020
  • Islamophobia in Modern-Day America: An Alternative Approach to the Supreme Court’s Decision to Uphold the Muslim Ban, 96 DET. MERCY L. REV. 2, 2019
  • Cross-Border M&A Post-Pandemic: Is COVID-19 a Material Adverse Effect Under M&A Transactions?, MICHIGAN INTERNATIONAL LAWYER, STATE BAR OF MICHIGAN, Volume 31 No. II, Summer 2020
  • The Paradox of Crypto Pseudonymity: Can A Taxpayer Deduct the Casualty Loss of Crypto, Tax Management Memorandum, BLOOMBERG TAX, February 24, 2020
  • The Mastery of Technology: Global Effect of Cryptocurrency Regulations on Blockchain’s Application in Facilitating Natural Disaster Relief, MICHIGAN INTERNATIONAL LAWYER, STATE BAR OF MICHIGAN, Volume 31 No. I, Spring 2019
  • Saudi Arabia’s Legal & Economic Reform, MICHIGAN INTERNATIONAL LAWYER, STATE BAR OF MICHIGAN, Vol. 29 No. III, Fall 2017
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Speaking Engagements

  • Prioritizing the CARES Act: The Effect of ESSER and GEER on Public School Funding, Playworks National, May 27th, 2020
  • Foundation Financial Officers Group (“FFOG”) Presentation: U.S. Tax Reform Implications on Private Foundations, Deloitte Tax, LLP, April 20th, 2019
  • Distinguished Keynote Speaker: Maximizing Tax Benefits as a Small Business, State Bar of Michigan Solo & Small Firm Section Program, March 29th, 2018