Philip Brown practices intellectual property litigation. He has broad experience with a range of trial and pre-trial matters in District Court litigation, arbitration, inter partes review, and the International Trade Commission, including discovery; drafting primary filings for patent cases; and researching and drafting memos, briefs, and motions on issues including invalidity, infringement, and claim construction.

Philip has experience working with technology in a wide range of fields, including electronics, automotive, and medical devices. He has also practiced in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, assisting clients with drafting patent applications, reissue claims, and office action responses, as well as handling examiner interviews.

His technical background is in electrical engineering, with significant experience in software development and testing in the automotive industry. During law school, Philip was the executive editor of the Michigan Telecommunications and Technology Law Review.