Bryan E. Wilson
Bryan is a registered patent attorney and an associate in the intellectual property group at Carey Rodriguez. His practice focuses on enforcement, procurement, protection and licensing of intangible assets including patents, trademarks, copyrights and trade-secrets. In addition to participating in AIA trials at the US Patent and Trademark Office, Bryan has written and prosecuted patent applications in consumer electronics, emerging technologies, semiconductors, chemicals, sensors, and medical devices .
Bryan’s intellectual property law career started over 10 years ago at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office where he worked as patent examiner in the nanotechnology and semiconductor art unit. Prior to joining Carey Rodriguez, Bryan gained a wealth of experience through his positions at Foley & Lardner in Washington, DC, in-house at a medical device company, and most recently as an associate at MH2 Technology Law Group. Prior to his legal career, he worked as an engineer for an ultra-high vacuum systems and components manufacturer supporting the semiconductor industry. Before pursuing a law degree, Bryan worked as a graduate research assistant at the University of Florida where he spent many hours in the lab developing and characterizing organic semiconductors for use in flexible displays, solid-state lighting and photovoltaic applications.
Bryan currently serves as the President of the IP Law Association of Florida.
Admitted to Practice
- U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
- U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida
- United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
- Juris Doctor, The George Washington University Law School
- Master of Science, Materials Science & Engineering, The University of Florida
- Bachelor of Science, Chemical Engineering, The University of Florida
- American Intellectual Property Law Association
- IP Practice in Latin America Committee (voting member)
- Patent Litigation Committee (voting member)
- Intellectual Property Law Association of Florida
- Hispanic National Bar Association
- Big Brothers Big Sisters of Miami
- Florida Bar Business Law Section
- 10th Annual Florida Bar IP Symposium - Steering Committee Member
- University of Miami School of Law
- Startup Practicum Patent Clinic – Faculty Clinic Supervisor
Representative Publications & Presentations
- Wilson, B., “Global Patent Enforcement: A Comparative Summary of Patent Infringement Remedies in Select Countries and Regions.” January 2013.
- Brinckerhoff, C., Wilson, B., “USPTO Backlog Update: One Step Forward, One Step Back,” PharmaPatents Blog, July 21, 2011.
- Tu, S., Dudas, J., Kiko, P., Wilson, B., “A Perfect Storm is Brewing Against Personalized Medicine,” Bloomberg Law Reports, February 2010.
- Wilson, B., “Public Trading of Patent License Rights: Has the Search for a Reasonable Royalty Come to an End?” Cleantech & Nano Blog, February 23, 2010.
- Wilson, B., “Alternatives to Lead-Acid Batteries: Paper or Plastic” Cleantech & Nano Blog February 3, 2010.
- Baluch, A., Wilson, B., Miller, J., “Patenting Graphene: Opportunities and Challenges,” Nanotechnology Law & Business, Vol. 5, Iss. 3; 2008.
- Wilson, B., “Charge carrier transport in conjugated polymers,” Electronic Thesis & Dissertations, University of Florida, 2007.
- Wilson, B., “Nanotechnology and the Future of Displays,” Nanotechnology Law & Business, Vol. 3, Iss. 2, 2006.
- Conitzer, R., Wilson,B., “Foreign Sellers Beware: Cloud-Based Sales May Justify Personal Jurisdiction”, Daily Business Review, October 3, 2018