Bryan Hancock is an associate in the firm's intellectual property practice group. He is committed to understanding his clients' needs and helping them protect their intellectual property rights. As a registered patent attorney, Bryan has experience in preparing, filing and prosecuting patents in various technological areas, including aerospace, semiconductor manufacturing, biomedical devices, mining equipment and computer systems and software. In addition, he has experience performing freedom-to-operate and infringement analyses in numerous technical fields.
Prior to becoming an attorney, Bryan was a software engineer, working at a variety of aerospace and technology companies. He uses the knowledge and experience he gained as an engineer to better serve his clients.
Represented Fortune 100 aerospace and defense company in connection with patent preparation and prosecution matters.
Represented Fortune Global 500 semiconductor company in connection with patent preparation and prosecution matters.
Represented global mining equipment company providing patentability and freedom to operate opinions with respect to the various product lines.
Represented medical device company in connection with patent prosecution matters of various product lines.
Represented computer systems and software company in connection with patent preparation and prosecution matters.
Represented various other companies of varying size in connection with patent preparation and prosecution matters as well as matters of patentability and freedom to operate opinions.
Brigham Young University, J. Reuben Clark Law School (J.D., 2019)
Student Intellectual Property Law Association
Northern Arizona University (B.S., Electrical Engineering, 2008)