Bryan’s practice focuses on patent prosecution as well as transactional matters and enforcement of patents through litigation.
Bryan serves as Of Counsel at Sheridan Ross P.C. advising clients in all areas of patent prosecution ranging from patent applications to freedom-to-operate opinions. In addition, he advises clients regarding intellectual property issues and risks to advance the strategic goals of individuals, businesses, and other organizations. When conflict arises, Bryan has experience in determining causes of action and drafting demand letters, complaints, and settlement agreements in support of patent litigation.
Before joining Sheridan Ross, Bryan served as a law clerk for Toyota Motor Sales and the University of Colorado Technology Transfer Office. While at Toyota Motor Sales, Bryan also worked with the Advanced Technologies Group and developed a data-mining script for the Prius Plug-In Demonstration Program. With a master’s degree in mechanical engineering, he has conducted research for Dell Computers in the field of Computational Fluid Dynamics and research for the University of Missouri in the field of Electrohydrodynamic Pumps.
University of Colorado Law School, (J.D., 2013)
University of Missouri (M.S., Mechanical Engineering, 2010)
University of Missouri (B.S., Mechanical Engineering, 2008)
- Patent Office Post Grant Proceedings
- Patent Prosecution
- Patent Search Services
- Mechanical Engineering
United States Patent and Trademark Office, 2014
Author: “A Flawed Patent System: How to Address the Claim Construction Problem in Litigation”; 11 J. on Telecomm. & High Tech. L. 411 (2013).