Brian Wells is an intellectual property lawyer who has experience and success at optimizing revenues from his client’s intellectual property assets. Specifically, by formulating licensing and litigation strategies, developing patent portfolios, and enforcing patents, he has helped his clients realize a proper return from their investment in intellectual property. He also has efficiently defended many patent suits favorably for his clients.
Brian has practiced in front of the USPTO, and has experience in state and federal court. His patent litigation experience ranges from pretrial investigations to appeals to the Federal Circuit for a variety of industries: medical devices, machine vision software, Internet software, smart phones, cable services, telecommunications, computer networks, financial services, voice technologies, speech recognition, aerospace technologies, digital video, gaming, and microelectromatic-mechanical systems. He has experience representing clients on electronics and software matters before the International Trade Commission.
Prior to attending law school, Brian taught math at a public middle school in Atlanta as a corps member of Teach For America.