Ryan is a registered patent attorney who works primarily on patent and copyright litigation. His experience includes jury trials, bench trials, and appeals before the Federal Circuit. He has litigated cases involving a wide array of technologies, such as telecommunication, semiconductors, medical devices and various software fields.
Ryan regularly gives CLE lectures on intellectual property and litigation issues. Before law school, he worked for a robotics engineering firm and was a National Merit Scholar at Washington University in St. Louis, where he studied physics.
Cerner Corporation v. Visicu, Inc. (W.D. Mo) – Represent Cerner in declaratory judgment action involving medical monitoring technology, resulting in a verdict of invalidity and non-infringement for both asserted patents following three-week jury trial. Affirmed by the Federal Circuit.
Comcast v. Sprint Communications (D. Del. and E.D. Penn.) – Represent Sprint in patent litigation involving various telecommunications technologies.
GE Lighting Solutions v. Feit Electric (E.D. Ohio) – Represent Feit Electric in patent litigation involving LED technology.
Oracle v. Rimini Street (D. Nev.) – Represent Rimini Street in copyright action related to third party maintenance of enterprise software.
SP Technologies v. Garmin (N.D. Ill.) – Represent Garmin in patent infringement case involving navigation technology.
Sprint Communications v. Time Warner, et al. (D. Kan.) – Represent Sprint in patent infringement action involving a portfolio of voice-over-packet patents.
Light Transformation Technologies v. Feit Electric (E.D. Texas) – Represent Feit Electric in patent litigation involving LED technology.
Luminetx Technologies v. AccuVein (W.D. Tenn.) – Represent AccuVein in patent infringement action involving medical imaging technology.
Document Generation v. Cerner (E.D. Mich.) – Represent Cerner in two patent infringement cases relating to electronic medical records.
Sprint v. Big River Communications (D. Kan.) – Represent Sprint in patent infringement action involving voice-over-packet technology.
Geo Foundation v. Feit Electric (M.D. Florida) – Represent Feit Electric in patent litigation involving compact fluorescent lamp technology.
Mayo Clinic and Cerner v. Elkin (D. Minn.) – Represent Cerner in intellectual property matter in the District of Minnesota.