Ryan Damiano

Ryan Damiano’s practice covers commercial transactions and real estate law, especially relating to oil and gas, energy, and utilities. Ryan’s unique set of talents, including training in accounting, gives him a strong understanding of financial statements and business economics, and enables him to help clients understand how deal points affect the bottom line. He’s also a rare attorney who will both litigate and document transactions for his clients. The complementary skills let him more proactively address potential transaction disputes. Clients working with Ryan gain a fuller perspective so they can proceed in an informed, intelligent manner.

Ryan, from Arlington, has since moved westward to Aledo to raise two children with his wife.  He still considers himself very much a Fort Worthian, which is reflected by some of his favorite spots, including Buon Giorno coffee shop near downtown and Michael’s Restaurant on the West Side. Ryan enjoys travel, fishing, and hunting, and is an avid skier, annually taking a trip to mountains all over North America.

Education

  • Juris Doctor – Texas Tech University School of Law, 2009
    • Summa cum Laude
    • Order of the Coif
    • Regent’s Scholarship Recipient
    • Tax Clinic
  • Bachelor of Business Administration, Accounting – Texas Tech University, 2005
    • Summa cum Laude

Bar & Court Admissions & Certifications

  • State Bar of Texas, 2009

Awards & Recognition

  • Top Attorneys >5 Years of Practice by Fort Worth, Texas Magazine: 2016 (Civil Law - Transactional), 2018 (Civil Law & Litigation)

Professional Affiliations & Organizations

  • State Bar of Texas, Real Estate, Probate, and Trust Law Section, Member
  • State Bar of Texas, Oil & Gas Section, Member
  • Tarrant County Bar Association, Member
  • Tarrant County Young Lawyers Association, Member
Ryan Damiano

Shareholder, Director

Representative Experience & Services

Ryan’s experience includes representing buyers, sellers, and lenders in a variety of transactions, including:

  • Representation of landowners in mineral leasing and surface development transactions
  • Representation of stakeholders in commercial real estate deals

Ryan runs a dual-pronged practice, covering other business, banking, and finance transactions, as well as litigation pertaining to those areas, including:

  • Drafting legal opinions for commercial borrowers
  • Advising clients on entity formation, dissolution, governance, and materiality