Bryce A. Johnson
Bryce A. Johnson
Bryce Johnson specializes in patent, trademark and intellectual property law.
Bryce earned his Bachelor of Science degree as a chemical engineer from Brigham Young University. After earning his undergraduate degree, he worked with an innovative heavy metal treatment company that removed the element selenium pollution from water used to irrigate crops. Turning then to the legal field, Bryce Johnson earned his law degree from the University of San Diego. There, he earned many honors, which included graduating cum laude from the USD School of Law and received the prestigious Order of the Coif.
Currently, Bryce’s practice focuses primarily on advising clients in various industries concerning their intellectual property rights. As a patent attorney, Bryce has helped clients obtain hundreds of patents in industries as diverse as computer gaming, automotive, electronic devices, sports equipment, machine tools, household appliances, industrial equipment and hazardous material handling equipment. Bryce is adept at quickly grasping the novelty of new technology and finding the best legal routes to achieve meaningful patent protection. In addition, Bryce has worked on firm trial teams on cutting edge patent litigation, and also worked successfully with litigation teams at the Patent Trial & Appeal Board (“PTAB”), with proceedings that include inter partes review, post grant review, and ex parte reexaminations.
In addition to his experience with intellectual property, Bryce is well-versed in a variety of other type of business law, and routinely helps clients with a range of transactional matters. He also routinely participates in forming legal strategy on civil litigation matters on a range of subject matters.
Outside the practice of law, Bryce is a dedicated athlete, an avid yoga practitioner, and traveler. He speaks conversational Tagalog.
Bryce A. Johnson’s Core Practice Areas Include:
- Intellectual property consultation
- Patent applications and appeals
- Trademark and copyright litigation
- Patent, copyright and trademark infringement prosecutions