Ryan K. Dooley



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Ryan represents clients in patent cases in federal district courts across the country. Ryan is also well-versed in appellate briefing and licensing negotiations. Ryan is admitted in California and Illinois and is registered to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

Ryan is comfortable working with complex technology and has experience working with a broad array of technologies, including antivirus protection, advertising, location mapping, VPN technology, medical records, routing and DDOS prevention systems, document backup and retrieval systems, simulation authoring tools, internet accounting software, electronically controlled glass, laptop audio configurations, and plastic packaging processes.

Prior to joining Kramer Alberti, Ryan worked in the IP litigation group of an international law firm, as well as several boutique IP firms. In addition to Ryan’s patent litigation experience, Ryan has experience in trade secret litigation, patent prosecution, trademark litigation, and copyright litigation.

significant matters
BlackBerry v. Snap (C.D. Cal.)  Represented Snap in a patent litigation case relating to ad serving, chat time stamping, chat notifications, and location mapping
Wi3 v. Actiontec (W.D. NY) Represented Wi3 in a patent litigation case relating to MoCA technology
Research Frontiers v. E Ink et al. (D. DE) Represented Research Frontiers in a patent infringement case involving electronic ink screens
Leadfactors v. Cisco (Santa Clara Superior Ct.) Represented Leadfactors in a trade secret case involving social bookmarking and tagging
Maxtech v. Bosch (N.D. IL) Represented Maxtech in a trade secret case involving spade bits, shell packaging, and inclinometers
Netfuel v. F5 Networks (N.D. IL) Represented Netfuel in a patent litigation case involving software routers and DDOS prevention
St. Clair v. Toshiba (D. DE) Represented St. Clair in a patent litigation case involving laptop audio bus technology
Juris Doctor
Chicago-Kent College of Law, Chicago, IL

Bachelor of Science, Computer Science: Game Design
University of California Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA
Admitted to practice in California and Illinois; registered to practice before the USPTO
N.D. California, C.D. California, N.D. Illinois, Federal Circuit
venue experience
N.D. California
C.D. California
N.D. Illinois