Bryon T. Wasserman

Bryon T. Wasserman

Practice Areas
Education
  • Ohio State University, BS, Physics
  • Georgetown University Law Center, Juris Doctor
Bar Admissions
  • U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, 2001
  • California, 2001
  • District of Columbia, 2006
  • District Court for the Central District of California, 2009
  • Pennsylvania, 2016

Bryon T. Wasserman Counsel

Philadelphia: 215.965.1358   F: 215.965.1331   E: bwasserman@panitchlaw.com

Bryon T. Wasserman is an intellectual property attorney experienced in litigating patent actions before federal district courts, the International Trade Commission and the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

Bryon has worked on matters pertaining to a wide range of technologies including computer software, computer hardware, consumer electronics, telecommunications, electronic commerce, network security, semiconductors and medical devices. He has advised clients on the acquisition, development, and enforcement of intellectual property assets.

Among his successes, Bryon acted as lead attorney in a patent suit in the District of Delaware involving seven asserted patents, 18 counterclaim patents, and complex laches and contract disputes; the suit settled shortly before claim construction. He successfully obtained an early stipulation of non-infringement after favorable initial and supplemental claim construction rulings in a case in which he acted as lead technical attorney and daily manager in defense of a global manufacturer of embedded wireless modules.

After graduating from Ohio State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics, Bryon earned his J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center where he was the President of the Student Intellectual Property Law Association.

Representative Matters

  • Alcatel Lucent USA v. Fortinet (D. Del. 2014-2015). Acted as leaded technical attorney in patent suit in the District of Delaware involving seven asserted patents, eighteen counterclaim patents, and complex laches and contract disputes. Settled shortly before claim construction.
  • M2M Solutions v. Cinterion Wireless (D. Del. 2012-2014). Acted as lead technical attorney and day to day manager in defense of global manufacturer of embedded wireless modules in the District of Delaware. Successfully obtained an early stipulation of non-infringement after favorable initial and supplemental claim construction rulings.
  • SPA Syspatronic v. U.S. (Fed. Cl. 2012-2015). Represented third party intervenor Gemalto in patent suit in the Court of Federal Claims involving secure identification cards and electronic passports. Parties settled after the Court issued a favorable claim construction ruling finding certain asserted claims indefinite and scheduled a supplemental indefiniteness hearing on the remaining claims.
  • In Re: Body Science LLC Patent Litigation (D. Mass. 2011-2014). Acted as lead technical attorney and day to day manager in defense of Philips North America in multi-district litigation proceeding involving wireless medical instruments.
  • iLife Technologies. v. Lifeline Systems Company (N.D. Tex. 2012-2013). Represented Philips subsidiary in seven patent suit involving personal fall detection systems in the Northern District of Texas.
  • Blu-Ray Disc Players, Components Thereof and Products Containing Same (ITC 2013). Represented Philips North America in ITC proceeding involving provision of supplemental information on portable Blu-Ray devices.
  • DuPont Air Products NanoMaterials v. Cabot Microelectronics (D. Ariz. 2009-2011). Member of trial team representing DA NanoMaterials in patent infringement case involving chemical-mechanical planarization slurries. Secured a declaratory judgment of noninfringement of all asserted claims on all four patents at issue.
  • Parallel Networks (Multiple Cases) (E.D. Tex. 2010-2011). Represented five defendants in multiple suits against Parallel’s claims of patent infringement in the Eastern District of Texas.

Articles & Presentations

Panitch Schwarze Hires Experienced IP Attorneys in Philadelphia // June 6, 2016
IP law firm with offices in Philadelphia and Wilmington, Delaware grows with the addition of two intellectual property lawyers. Read more

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