Brian Moran is a member of the firm’s Business Litigation and Intellectual Property + Technology Groups. His practice focuses on three primary areas: intellectual property disputes; antitrust litigation and counseling; and litigation of business disputes.
Brian litigates patent and trademark infringement lawsuits, trade secret misappropriation claims, copyright violations, and intellectual property licensing disputes in federal courts across the United States. He has obtained positive results for clients in intellectual property cases involving a wide array of products and technology, from software to septic systems. Brian successfully defended a patent infringement action involving a method for remotely monitoring computer usage, and a copyright infringement action involving embryology textbooks, for example.
Brian routinely counsels clients on technology licensing issues, with a concentration on software development and licensing matters. He was a co-editor of a book published in 2000 entitled e-counsel: The Executive’s Legal Guide to Electronic Commerce.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Brian Moran