Brian Brisnehan is a registered patent attorney who focuses his practice on patent prosecution and counseling. He has drafted and prosecuted numerous patent applications in such technologies as computer hardware and software, electrical devices, neural networks, smart cards, Internet applications, operating systems, computer games, business methods, mobile telephones and video processing techniques.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Brisnehan worked as an associate in the Washington DC office of a national law firm where his practice concentrated on prosecution, litigation and counseling in patent matters, especially in the electrical and computer areas. Previously, Mr. Brisnehan was a software developer and tester at the Microsoft Corporation in Redmond, Washington where he focused on messaging and collaborative server software and gained experience in the areas of database application development and network communications protocols.
George Mason University School of Law, J.D. (2007) cum laude
University of Colorado, B.S., Computer Science (1998)
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (2007)
American Intellectual Property Law Association, Member
District of Columbia Bar Association, Intellectual Property Law Section, Member
Emerging Leaders Council, Mile High United Way, Member
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