Bryan, an associate in the New York office, provides tailored counsel to maximize the value of the intellectual property of his clients. Bryan has extensive experience in establishing, growing, and managing worldwide portfolios for clients that range in size from solo inventors to Fortune 500® companies. His technological capability spans across industries, as he serves clients in the fields of materials, medical devices, computer software and cybersecurity, semiconductors and electronics, food and beverages, renewable fuels, virtual and augmented reality devices, and data science, among others.
Bryan has counseled clients on intellectual property procurement and growth during critical stages of growth, including during initial public offerings, acquisitions, and reorganizations. He provides strategic advice on patent procurement and development, licensing and transactions, due diligence, pre-litigation, trademarks, and patentability and landscape analysis.
"Ninth Circuit Reaffirms Laches as an Equitable Defense in Trademark Cancellation Actions," World Trademark Review, September 2018
A Different Shade of Gray: The Scope and Limits of Gray Market Goods and Recent Developments in the Cosmetics Space
Modern Meadow: Patenting Lab-Grown Leather
China FDA Issues Guidance on 3D Printed Medical Devices
FDA Announces Plans for Alternative Clearance Pathway
Aesthetic Appeal Does Not Render Design Patent Invalid
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