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Background

Brian Doyle is an Associate in the New York office of Fish & Richardson. His practice focuses on intellectual property litigation with an emphasis in patent litigation. He has experience litigating patents in various fields ranging from financial software, chemistry, to biotechnology. He also has experience litigating trade secrets and copyrights, and has represented clients in both state and federal court.

Before joining the firm, Mr. Doyle was a legal intern at the Investment Protection Bureau of the New York State Attorney General’s Office and a judicial intern at the Federal Bankruptcy Court in Newark, New Jersey. Prior to law school, Mr. Doyle served as an officer in the U.S. Marine Corps.​

Education

J.D., Rutgers School of Law - Newark 2007
Business Law Journal


B.S., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 1996
Chemistry

Admissions

  • New Jersey 2007
  • New York 2008

Other Distinctions

Selected Publications

Series: Defend Trade Secrets Act | Stopping Further Leaks: Protecting Trade Secrets While Litigating Misappropriation, Fish Litigation Blog (August 23, 2017).

What Patents Can Be Challenged in the Patent Office as “Covered Business Methods”?, Fish Litigation Blog (February 24, 2017).

Patent Reform: The Changes Looming in the Latest Bills,” Fish Litigation Blog (March 30, 2015).

Patent Reform: Will ‘Patent Trolls’ Be Singled Out?” Fish Litigation Blog (February 23, 2015).

Patent Law Reform on the Horizon,” Fish Litigation Blog (January 16, 2015).

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Fish Litigation Blog
August 23, 2017
Series: Defend Trade Secrets Act | Stopping Further Leaks: Protecting Trade Secrets While Litigating Misappropriation
Series: Defend Trade Secrets Act | Stopping Further Leaks: Protecting Trade Secrets While Litigating Misappropriation
Authors: Michael T. Zoppo, Brian J. Doyle
IP Litigation
Trade Secrets
Fish Litigation Blog
February 24, 2017
What Patents Can Be Challenged in the Patent Office as “Covered Business Methods”?
What Patents Can Be Challenged in the Patent Office as “Covered Business Methods”?
Authors: Michael T. Zoppo, Brian J. Doyle, Thomas Rozylowicz
IP Litigation
News
April 4, 2016
Fish & Richardson Wins Over $6 Million in Attorneys’ Fees for Chicago Board Options Exchange in Multi-Year Patent Dispute With ISE
Press Release
Fish Litigation Blog
March 30, 2015
Patent Reform: The Changes Looming in the Latest Bills
Patent Reform: The Changes Looming in the Latest Bills
Author: Brian J. Doyle
IP Litigation
News
December 22, 2014
Fish & Richardson Wins Attorneys’ Fees for Chicago Board Options Exchange in Multi-Year Patent Dispute With ISE
Press Release
Fish Litigation Blog
February 23, 2015
Patent Reform: Will "Patent Trolls" Be Singled Out?
Patent Reform: Will
Author: Brian J. Doyle
IP Litigation
Fish Litigation Blog
January 16, 2015
Patent Law Reform on the Horizon
Patent Law Reform on the Horizon
Author: Brian J. Doyle
IP Litigation
News
April 8, 2014
Fish & Richardson Obtains Federal Circuit Affirmance of Patent Infringement Win for the Chicago Board Options Exchange, Incorporated
Press Release
News
November 22, 2013
Hatch-Waxman Developments: Artificial Infringement by Artificial Drugs
Articles
News
March 21, 2013
Fish Wins Patent Infringement Case in Favor of the Chicago Board Options Exchange
Press Release
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