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Ryan A. Khan


"Relentless and practical. I will advocate vigorously for my client."
Ryan KhanRyan Khan


Ryan’s practice focuses primarily on insurance defence with an emphasis on automobile insurance, both tort and accident benefits along with products liability and property losses. In law school, Ryan showed a particular interest in reinsurance, culminating in a paper focusing on sustainability and future legal challenges facing the industry.

Ryan is a proud member of the Hamilton Law Association.

Ryan has also participated in the Ontario Mock Trials competition, visiting and assisting various schools to help prepare students for trial and talk to them about the practice of law.


  • Called to the Bar in Ontario​ in 2014


  • Hamilton Law Association
  • Ontario Bar Association
  • Canadian Defence Lawyers


  • John H. Rodd K.C. award for highest standing in Conflict of Laws (2013)


  • Ontario Justice Network (OJEN), 2013

Publications of Note

  • Common Issues in Loss Transfer Disputes by Greg P. Bailey and Ryan Khan
  • Sustainability: An Examination of Future Legal Challenges by Ryan Khan 

Presentations of Note

  • Top 10 Tort and Threshold Cases of 2013/2014 by Greg P. Bailey and Ryan Khan, presented at the 2013 Advocacy Conference in Hamilton



Ont. C.A. allows appeal of negligence finding in motor vehicle case while dismissing appeal regarding municipal non-repair findings

In Smith v. Safranyos, 2018 ONCA 760, the Court of Appeal heard two appeals, ultimately dismissing one and allowing the other. Hughes Amys' Jack Fitch and Ryan Khan represented the defendant Safranyos both at trial and on appeal. The action c......


Congratulations to Hughes Amys' Greg Bailey, Sabina Arulampalam and Ryan Khan in SABS priority dispute in which Arbitrator found rideshare policy was higher in priority and obliged to provide benefits to a ridesharing passenger

Northbridge Insurance and Intact Insurance, a 20-page decision by Arbitrator Vance Cooper in a SABS priority dispute, dealt with a novel issue arising from the shared economy services phenomenon: Which insurer, as between an owner's policy and a ......


Hughes Amys' Jack Fitch and Ryan Khan secure judgment on crossclaim for contribution in favour of vicariously liable defendant in mva action where co-defendants had previously settled with plaintiffs

In Foniciello v. Bendall and Acculine, our very own Jack Fitch and Ryan Khan were successful in persuading Ontario Superior Court Justice Henderson to grant judgment on the crossclaim of our clients, the defendants, 1177020 Ontario Inc., operating......



Hughes Amys LLP would like to welcome Ryan Khan to our firm.

  • Canadian Lawyer - Top 10 Boutique 2017-18
  • The ARC Group
  • Best Lawyers 2017
  • Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory 2016

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