Ryan Glass


Phone: 502-785-9090
Fax: 502-742-0326
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During his time in law school, Ryan developed a desire to be involved with litigation. In 2019, Ryan joined Walters Richardson as a civil litigation attorney.





Professional Experience
Associate, Walters Richardson PLLC, Louisville, Kentucky, January 2019 to present
Law Clerk, The Schafer Law Office, Louisville, Kentucky, June 2016 to May 2018

University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law, Louisville, Kentucky, Juris Doctor, Cum Laude, 2018
Bellarmine University, Louisville, Kentucky, Bachelor of Business Administration, Magna CumLaude, 2014

Bar Admissions
Commonwealth of Kentucky
Accomplishments, Honors, and Affiliations
CALI Award, Lawyering Skills I
CALI Award, Lawyering Skills II
Kentucky Bar Association
Louisville Bar Association

Representative Matters

November 2019, Jefferson County, KY: Pate v. Settle. Melissa Richardson and Ryan Glass successfully obtained summary judgment for their client. Defendant rented a dumpster for his tenant to use during efforts to remediate the property.  Plaintiff was allegedly helping the tenant with the remediation efforts.  In doing so, Plaintiff placed a nightstand next to the dumpster and stood on the nightstand to make additional room in the dumpster.  No one instructed Plaintiff to do this.  Plaintiff fell off the nightstand and broke his hip.  Plaintiff alleged he was hired by Defendant to remediate one of Defendant’s rental properties. Defendant denied this.  Plaintiff filed suit alleging Defendant “retained control of a dumpster with improper and/or absent safety measures that was brought onto the property for the common use of all persons.” The Court ruled Defendant could not foresee Plaintiff would be injured by the allegedly dangerous condition that Plaintiff himself created and thus that the Defendant did not breach any duty.

March 2019, Jefferson District Court: Curtis v. Vernon. Mr. Ryan Glass successfully defended his client who was sued for diminution in value of Plaintiff’s vehicle after her insurer had already paid for the cost of repair of Plaintiff’s vehicle.  Plaintiff, who was represented by counsel, argued she was entitled to both items of damage under Kentucky law.  After Plaintiff finished putting on proof, including calling witnesses who were cross examined, Mr. Glass argued that an award in diminution in value would in effect be permitting a double recovery by Plaintiff. The Court ruled in favor of Defendant.

Spare Time

In his spare time, Ryan enjoys watching sports, playing golf, and spending time with his family and friends.


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