200 Matheson Blvd West (Suite 100), Mississauga, ON, L5R 3L7
Northern Ontario Office
83 Huron St, Unit #2, Sault Ste. Marie, ON P6A 5P4
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Monday – Friday
Phone: 905 965 6263
Ryan Keeney graduated from Windsor Law School in Ontario in 2013, and he was called to the Ontario bar in 2014. After running a successful sole practice for just under 2 years, he then co-founded KPA Lawyers in 2016 with his business partner, Preet Pannu.
As a Director at KPA, Ryan’s current responsibility is to ensure the advancement of KPA’s business interests. His corporate responsibilities include recruiting lawyers, quality assurance, public relations, training & development, and using technology to optimize the firm’s operations.
Under Ryan’s leadership and innovative technology-driven approach, KPA grew from a modest small firm to a multi-million dollar operation with a team of over 10 lawyers and a total of approximately 25 employees. Today, KPA is one of the most well-known law firms in Peel Region, with remote clients across all of Ontario as well.
Media and Public Appearances
Ryan has been published on The Huffington Post Canada for his innovative approach to leadership in business. He has also been interviewed by the CBC, Global News, the Toronto Star, and News Talk 960AM in connection with his practice. In April 2017, he presented at Yale Law School, speaking about domestic violence and gender discrimination.
He successfully represented a whistleblower in a high-profile case against Coinsquare, one of Canada’s largest cryptocurrency exchanges at the time. Although that civil lawsuit settled, a related regulatory proceeding through the Ontario Securities Commission (OSC) held the wrongdoing parties accountable for their actions. Jeff Kehoe, the Director of the Enforcement Branch of the (OSC) was quoted stating, “this case is also an important milestone, as it is the first action we have taken for a reprisal against a whistleblower since important protections for employee whistleblowers were added to Ontario securities legislation in 2016.”
Ryan has also been consulted by Vice News for his independent legal opinion regarding matters where he was not directly involved.
Ryan’s practice is primarily in civil litigation, with a focus on human rights, employment law, tort law, defamation, commercial litigation, education law, and real estate breach of contract cases, such as when a buyer or seller backs out of a signed deal.
Ryan is also an approved Articling Principal by the Law Society of Ontario (LSO) and enthusiastically mentors new lawyers in the profession. According to the LSO, Principals must be “an exemplar of the profession, having regard to all circumstances including experience, competence, ethical standards, and professional conduct record”.
Clients who wish to retain Ryan’s services are invited to purchase a consultation, currently priced at $520+HST. Minimum initial retainer fees for new clients start at $7,500 to retain Ryan.