Bryan J. Vogel’s practice focuses on intellectual property litigation, arbitration and counseling, with a particular emphasis on patent, trade secret and copyright litigation before the Federal Courts, the International Trade Commission, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, the U.S. Patent Trial and Appeal Board, the ICC International Court of Arbitration and the American Arbitration Association, as well as worldwide coordination and strategy for intellectual property proceedings in various tribunals throughout Europe and Asia.
Mr. Vogel founded the New York office of the firm with two other partners in order to expand the firm’s national trial practice and capabilities.
Mr. Vogel is a registered patent attorney with a background in chemical engineering, representing clients in a broad range of industries, including life sciences, additive manufacturing/3D printing, clean technology, polymer and chemical arts, telecommunications, software, consumer products, electronics, and media and entertainment.
Mr. Vogel has represented clients in numerous litigations and arbitrations, involving various technologies, including: pharmaceuticals, small molecules, specialty chemicals, polymers, lithium battery technologies, solar technologies, extraction technologies, textiles, bioprosthetic heart valve systems, annuloplasty rings, catheter technology, chewing gum, colloidal silica sols and particles for electronic applications, water-soluble polymers for waste-water treatment, integrated circuits, semiconductor processing, computer systems, computer software, telephony, international paging systems, financial systems, LCDs, and a range of mechanical devices.
Mr. Vogel has also counseled clients concerning various IP issues, such as valuation and monetization of IP, and concerning various technologies, including: 3D printing/additive manufacturing, biofuels, solar technologies, antibodies, small molecules, pharmaceuticals, soil erosion, waste-water treatment, assay systems, bone implants, specialty chemicals, skincare products, water-soluble polymers, computer software and a number of mechanical devices.
Prior to law school, worked for Montell Polyolefins as a research engineer in the Advanced Materials Division and for Insight Integration, Inc. as a project engineer.
During law school, interned for the Honorable Paul R. Michel of the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, as well as for the Honorable Marian Blank Horn of the United States Court of Federal Claims, and for the Office of Unfair Import Investigations of the United States International Trade Commission.
- George Washington University, J.D.
- Michigan State University, B.S.
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