Bryan joined Grumbles Law in the spring of 2020 and assists primarily with intellectual property matters, including patent prosecution, both domestic and international. His skills and knowledge from years in medical research and technical sales give him a unique perspective on the intersection of business and technology.
Prior to embarking on his career in intellectual property, Bryan started out in the sciences, first and last at the University of Minnesota with a stint in between at the Medical College of Wisconsin. From there, he went on to scientific and medical equipment sales at Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics and Thermo Fisher Scientific.
Bryan holds a B.S. in Biology from the University of Minnesota and a J.D. from Mitchell Hamline School of Law. While in law school, Bryan worked as a research assistant to both Professor Carl Moy for patent matters, and for Professor Ken Port on trademark matters. Additionally, he received a CALI Excellence for the Future award in “IP - Appellate Practice,” and served as the treasurer of the Student Intellectual Property Law Association.