After years as a shareholder in one of the world’s largest law firms, Ryan Berry founded Chaintegrity, an innovative social entrepreneurship venture seeking to eradicate human trafficking in contractor supply chains. He now serves as Chaintegrity’s CEO while also maintaining a sophisticated law practice as a founding partner of Ward & Berry PLLC. He also is a member of the ISOA Advisory Council and ISOA’s outside legal counsel.
In addition to his active litigation practice, he is a Certified Compliance & Ethics Professional. He assists companies in developing and improving their compliance and ethics programs, conducts internal investigations, and provides periodic training to clients on critical compliance topics. He is experienced in handling international disputes and investigations for government contractors and multi-national corporations. His work in this area has been particularly focused on the False Claims Act, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, and personal injury claims brought by foreign citizens against US contractors.
Ryan Berry has skillfully guided clients through investigations brought by federal agency IGs, Congressional investigations, suspensions and proposed debarments. He earned his law degree from the Washington & Lee University School of Law and an undergraduate degree from the United States Military Academy.