L-R: Chris Lynch, Claire Ryan, Ed Storck and Michael Young of Ryan Ryan Deluca.

Ryan Ryan Deluca Promotions, Hires Ryan Ryan Deluca has named Michael R. Young and Claire E. Ryan partners in the firm. The firm has also recently welcomed two new attorneys, partner Christopher J. Lynch and associate Edward N. Storck, both of whom will be practicing out of the firm’s Hartford office.

Young, who practices out of the firm’s Bridgeport office, has been with the firm since 2006. He primarily practices in the area of personal injury defense. He received his juris doctorate, cum laude, from Quinnipiac University School of Law and has tried cases to verdict in several Connecticut districts.

Ryan has been with the firm since 2010. She works in the firm’s Stamford office, primarily practicing in the areas of employment litigation, professional liability, commercial litigation and insurance coverage issues. Ryan received her juris doctorate, with honors, from American University’s Washington College of Law.

Lynch, who received his law degree from the University of Connecticut School of Law, handles all types of defense cases with an emphasis on products liability and toxic torts. He is a frequent speaker and “Best Lawyers in America” repeat winner for personal injury defense.

Storck received his law degree from Quinnipiac University School of Law and has represented clients in state and federal courts for cases including catastrophic injury.

From left, back row, are Sandra Stratton, Kenneth C. Baldwin, Marilyn J. Guimond, Laura A. Rankin, Christie D. Jean, Abby M. Warren and Diana C. D’Angelo; and front row, Elizabeth C. Figueroa, Michele A. Sexton, Michele K. Bozzuto, Keisha S. Palmer, Emily C. Deans, Sharon S. Spinelli and Frances D. Ciotto.

Robinson & Cole Employees Lend a Hand to Foodshare Fourteen Robinson & Cole lawyers and staff helped package food for local families March 20 at Foodshare’s satellite facility at the Hartford Regional Market.

Emily C. Deans coordinated the effort on behalf of the firm’s Associates’ Council, which serves as a liaison between associates and firm management. Volunteers inspected and sorted donated produce to ensure health and safety.

For 36 years, Foodshare has been the regional food bank serving Hartford and Tolland counties, reaching at least 127,000 people.

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