Bryant is a patent lawyer who has practiced patent law for his entire legal career. His work has covered a range of technologies including computer software and hardware, pharmaceuticals, and mechanical devices. He represented many Fortune 500 companies in patent matters while working at Covington & Burling, a large law firm of over 800 lawyers. Past clients include AstraZeneca, Purdue Pharmaceuticals, Texas Instruments, and Hewlett-Packard.
He knows how to obtain valuable patents because of his experience litigating multi-million dollar patent cases and drafting patent licensing contracts worth millions of dollars. He has gone to trial in patent cases with over $50 million at stake and has participated in many court hearings.
He holds a law degree from Harvard, an M.S. in Computer Science from Carnegie Mellon University, and undergraduate degrees in Computer Science and Mathematics from the University of Maryland. He has worked at Microsoft, the U.S. Army Research Laboratory, and the Naval Surface Warfare Center. He is an inventor on twelve issued patents and co-author of seven peer-reviewed scientific articles.Contact Bryant
Andrew taught on the faculty of Rutgers University for six years. He holds a Ph.D. and an M.S. in Computer Science where his thesis focused on the development of distributed systems and machine learning. In his undergraduate work, he minored in premedical studies and chemistry. He has both published and reviewed research papers in the area of distributed systems reliability, applied machine learning/information retrieval, and computer science education. His research has been funded by Google, and he previously worked at Ask.com as a research scientist.
He also holds certifications as a FEMA communications leader (COM-L), specializing in radio communication and data networks in emergency management, and as a National Registry Paramedic, providing advanced prehospital medical care on the state and local levels.Contact Andrew