Ryan Koppelman focuses his practice on intellectual property matters with a specific focus on patent litigation. He has handled over 50 patent infringement cases in forums across the country, including the ITC. He recently managed the day-to-day activities of the Nokia v. Apple case where the parties asserted over 50 patents against each other.
Ryan represents a wide variety of clients across diverse industries such as mobile, high-tech, finance, health, telecom and plastics, and his clients range from multinational publicly-traded corporations to emerging growth and start-up companies.
He passed the Electrical Engineering FE/EIT certification exam, and he has handled intellectual property disputes across a number of technology areas, including wireless protocols, chipsets, touchscreens, Bluetooth, GPS, mobile applications, e-commerce, call center processing, cloud computing, payment clearinghouses, health data processing, medical devices, plastics molding, polymer chemistry and porous plastic sintering.
- U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
- University of Georgia (J.D., 2003)
- St. Joseph’s College (B.A., 1997)
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