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Bryon T. Wasserman serves as of counsel at Ice Miller. He is an intellectual property attorney experienced in litigating patent actions before federal district courts, the International Trade Commission and the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
Bryon represents clients in matters relating to a wide range of technologies including computer software, computer hardware, consumer electronics, telecommunications, electronic commerce, network security, semiconductors and medical devices. He advises clients on the acquisition, development and enforcement of intellectual property assets. He is experienced with all aspects of patent litigation, including pre-suit investigation, fact and expert discovery, motion practice, trial and appeal.
After graduating from The Ohio State University with a Bachelor of Science in physics, Bryon earned his juris doctor from Georgetown University Law Center where he was the president of the Student Intellectual Property Law Association.
Reported and Representative Cases
  • Acted as lead technical attorney in patent suit in the District of Delaware involving seven asserted patents, 18 counterclaim patents and complex laches and contract disputes. Settled shortly before claim construction.
  • Acted as lead technical attorney and daily manager in defense of global manufacturer of embedded wireless modules in the District of Delaware. Successfully obtained an early stipulation of non-infringement after favorable initial and supplemental claim construction rulings.
  • Acted as a member of trial team representing declaratory judgment plaintiff in patent infringement case involving chemical-mechanical planarization slurries. Secured a declaratory judgment of non-infringement of all asserted claims on all four patents at issue.
  • Represented a third-party intervenor in a patent suit in the Court of Federal Claims involving secure identification cards and electronic passports. Parties settled after the Court issued a favorable claim construction ruling finding certain asserted claims indefinite and scheduled a supplemental indefiniteness hearing on the remaining claims.
  • Acted as lead technical attorney and daily manager on behalf of a medical device company defendant in a multidistrict litigation proceeding involving wireless medical instruments.
  • Represented medical device company defendant in seven-patent suit involving personal fall-detection systems in the Northern District of Texas.
  • Represented respondent in ITC proceeding involving provision of supplemental information on portable Blu-Ray devices.
  • Represented five defendants in multiple suits against patent assertion entity's claims of patent infringement in the Eastern District of Texas.
Additional Experience:
  • Carlson Pet Prod., Inc. v. N. States Indus., Inc., 2018 WL 1152001 (D. Minn. Mar. 5, 2018)
  • MiiCs & Partners Am., Inc. v. Toshiba Corp., 282 F. Supp. 3d 844 (D. Del. 2017)
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