Bryan Jaketic’s practice includes all aspects of patent law. He prepares and prosecutes patent applications and participates in inter partes review and ex parte reexamination at the US Patent and Trademark Office. His prosecution work encompasses mechanical technology (including automotive, aerospace, medical devices and manufacturing technology), materials science, signal communication, computer software and business methods.

    Bryan regularly provides infringement and invalidity opinions, and is frequently involved in patent litigation matters. He also counsels clients on trademark and copyright law.

    Prior to joining Squire Patton Boggs, Bryan was a primary examiner with the US Patent and Trademark Office in Northern Virginia, where he examined patent applications and performed searches to ensure that applications and claimed inventions met applicable patent statutes and rules in all phases of patent prosecution. His research focused on the business method and mechanical arts.

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    Education

    • The George Washington University, J.D., with honors, 2004
    • Cornell University, B.S., Mechanical Engineering, 1998

    Admissions

    • Ohio, 2004
    • U.S. Patent and Trademark Office

    Courts

    • U.S. Ct. of App., Federal Circuit
    • U.S. Dist. Ct., N. Dist. of Ohio

    Memberships and Affiliations

    • Member, Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association and the Cleveland Intellectual Property Law Association
    • Presented “Protecting and Exploiting Your Intellectual Property” at the Cleveland Marshall Law Alumni Association’s CLE Seminar: Starting a New Business Venture in 2012
    • Recognized in Chambers USA 2018 in: Ohio - Intellectual Property
    • Recognized in Chambers USA 2017 Edition for: Ohio - Intellectual Property 
    • Recommended in Chambers USA 2016 Edition for Intellectual Property in Ohio
    • From 2010-2014, named a Rising Star in Ohio Super Lawyers, a distinction that recognizes Ohio lawyers under the age of 40 or those in practice for 10 years or less

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    • In 2015, he presented “How Could the U.S. Supreme Court’s Recent Rewrite of the U.S. Patent Laws Affect You?” to the Cleveland Intellectual Property Law Association.
    • In 2013, Bryan wrote “3D Printing and Intellectual Property” on lexology.com.
    • In 2012, he presented “Protecting and Exploiting Your Intellectual Property” at the Cleveland Marshall Law Alumni Association’s CLE Seminar: Starting a New Business Venture.

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