Bryan N. DeMatteo

Bryan N. DeMatteo is the founding member of DeMatteo Law, PLLC. With over 20 years of experience in both intellectual property law and engineering, Mr. DeMatteo brings a wealth of knowledge and a unique insight to his practice — helping entrepreneurs and small-to-mid sized businesses procure, monetize and enforce their patents, trademarks and copyrights. Mr. DeMatteo has extensive experience litigating and prosecuting patents, and has participated at trial in numerous intellectual property cases.  He also regularly represents clients in connection with inter partes review (IPR) and covered business method (CBM) proceedings before the United States Patent and Trademark Office, and routinely conducts IP due diligence on behalf of his clients (including freedom to operate, infringement and validity opinions), as well as for venture capitalists and other entities, including funds wishing to invest in intellectual property litigation.  Mr. DeMatteo’s clients include movie production companies, as well as companies in a variety of technical industries, including telecommunications, electronics, medical devices, robotics, computer software, and mechanical.  He is also admitted to the patent bar, having procured and prosecuted patents for several major corporations.

Prior to establishing DeMatteo Law, PLLC, Mr. DeMatteo worked at some of the most prestigious law firms in the country, including Winston & Strawn LLP, Kenyon & Kenyon LLP, Brown Rudnick LLP, and Dickstein Shapiro, LLP.  Mr. DeMatteo also graduated from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute with a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering, and designed computer circuitry at well-established companies such as IBM, Aeroflex, AIL corporation, and Telephonics corporation. During this time, he helped design radar systems for the AWACS Navy aircraft, radar jamming circuitry for the B1-B bomber, and IBM’s PowerPC processors. He was also the sole hardware designer of a cellular phone system produced by TransSky Corp.

Representative Matters

IPR and CBM Proceedings

  • IPR2016-00418, Toyota Motor Corporation v. Blitzsafe Texas, LLC (Filed 2015)
  • IPR2014-01250, Macronix International Co., Ltd. v. Spansion LLC, (Filed 2014)
  • IPR2014-00105, Macronix International Co., Ltd. v. Spansion LLC, (Filed 2013)
  • IPR2014-00097, International Securities Exchange, LLC v. Chicago Board Options Exchange (Filed 2013)
  • IPR2014-00098, International Securities Exchange, LLC v. Chicago Board Options Exchange (Filed 2013)
  • IPR2014-00099, International Securities Exchange, LLC v. Chicago Board Options Exchange (Filed 2013)
  • CBM2014-00205, Bloomberg L.P. v. Quest Licensing Corporation (Filed 2014)
  • CBM2013-00051, International Securities Exchange, LLC v. Chicago Board Options Exchange (Filed 2013)
  • CBM2013-00050, International Securities Exchange, LLC v. Chicago Board Options Exchange (Filed 2013)
  • CBM2013-00049, International Securities Exchange, LLC v. Chicago Board Options Exchange (Filed 2013)

Litigation

  • ME2 Productions, Inc. v. Doe-68.194.180.74 et al. (S.D.N.Y. Filed 2017) (C.A. No. 1:17-cv-00929)
  • LHF Productions, Inc. v. Doe-47.16.121.183 et al. (E.D.N.Y. Filed 2016) (C.A. No. 1:16-cv-02114)
  • BlitzSafe Texas, LLC v. Honda Motor Co., Ltd. et al. (E.D. Tex. Filed 2015) (C.A. No. 2:15-CV-01274)
  • Chicago Board Options Exchange, Inc. v. International Securities Exchange, LLC (S.D.N.Y. Filed 2013) (C.A. No. 2:13-CV-01339)
  • Flash Memory Chips And Products Containing Same (ITC Filed 2013) (C.A. No. 337-TA-893)
  • Realtime Data LLC v. CME Group, Inc. et al. (S.D.N.Y. Filed 2011) (C.A. No. 1:11-cv-06702)
  • Voxpath RS, LLC v. LG Elec. USA, Inc. et al., (E.D. Tex. filed 2010) (C.A. No. 2:10-cv-160)
  • Kronotex USA LLC v. Faus Group, Inc. et al.,(N.D. Ga. filed 2009) (C.A. No. 1:09-CV-2583)
  • Balthaser Online, Inc. v. Network Solutions, LLC et al., (E.D. Tex. filed 2008) (C.A. No. 2:08-CV-430)
  • Safe-Strap Co., Inc. v. National Molding Corp. et al., (E.D. Tex. filed 2007) (C.A. No. 2:07-CV-392)
  • Orion IP, LLC v. Costco Wholesale Corp. et al., (E.D. Tex. filed 2007) (C.A. No. 6:07-CV-106)
  • SynQor Inc. v. Artesyn Technologies, Inc. et al., (E.D. Tex filed 2007) (C.A. No. 2:07-CV-497)
  • Small v. Nobel Biocare USA, LLC et al., (S.D.N.Y. filed 2006) (C.A. No. 06-CV-683)
  • Arbitron, Inc. v. Int’l Demographics, Inc. et al., (E.D. Tex. filed 2006) (C.A. No. 2:06-434)
  • McKesson Automation, Inc. v. Swisslog Italia S.P.A. et al., (D. Del. Filed 2006) (C.A. No. 1:06-CV-028)
  • Digital Angel Corp. v. Datamars S.A. et al., (D. Minn. Filed 2004) (C.A. No. 04-CV-4544)
  • AVID Identification Systems, Inc. v. Datamars, S.A. et al., (E.D. Tex. filed 2004) (C.A. No. 2:04-CV-183)
  • Artemi Ltd. v. Safe-Strap Co., Inc. (D.N.J. Filed 2003) (C.A. No. 1:03-cv-03382)
  • Philips Electronics North America Corp. v. Compo Micro Tech, Inc. et al., (D. Del. Filed 2002) (C.A. No. 02-123)