Posts by Bradley Olson
It seems difficult to reconcile the Respondent’s principal argument that two standards should still apply: that is, that the PTAB should be permitted to continue applying …
Bradley Olson is a partner with Barnes & Thornburg in the firm's Washington, D.C. office, and is a member of the firm’s Intellectual Property Department. For more than 20 years, Mr. Olson has been involved in virtually all aspects of patent litigation, including the handling of discovery, motion, and trial practice, retaining experts and consultants for trial, coordinating jury focus groups, and preparing witnesses for deposition and trial testimony. He has prepared and negotiated complex intellectual property rights transfer agreements, including patent litigation settlements, patent licenses, and computer software and hardware agreements. Brad also has experience in virtually all aspects of patent and trademark litigation in U.S. District Courts, ITC Section 337 hearings, and patent litigations in the U.S. and in several European countries. For more information or to contact Mr. Olson please visit his firm profile page.