Bradley C. Wright Esq.

Banner & Witcoff, Ltd.
Wright, Bradley C.

Brad Wright, an intellectual property attorney with Banner & Witcoff, Ltd. in Washington, D.C., concentrates on prosecution, litigation and counseling in patent and copyright matters, especially in the electrical and computer areas, including Internet and e-commerce. Mr. Wright has drafted and prosecuted numerous patent applications in such technologies as computer hardware and software, cable TV systems, electrical devices, facsimile systems, neural networks, smart cards, Internet applications, operating systems, computer games, business methods, mobile telephones, and video processing techniques. In 2010, two patents drafted by Mr. Wright were successfully asserted in litigation, resulting in a $200 million settlement.

Mr. Wright has also won several appeals before the Board of Patent Appeals and Interferences. He represents clients in district court litigation including patent, copyright and trademark matters. He has also successfully argued and briefed appeals before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. He has also provided clients with infringement, validity and patentability opinions in numerous different technical areas. He is also experienced with protecting inventions overseas under patent treaties and conventions.

Mr. Wright is a former law clerk to the Honorable William C. Bryson of the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. After earning his electrical engineering degree, he worked as an electrical engineer and software engineering manager for E-Systems, which is now part of Raytheon Corp. In that position, he developed novel algorithms relating to signal intelligence and specialized hardware, and worked on database projects including an object-oriented database.

He earned his electrical engineering degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and his law degree, with distinction, from George Mason University.

He is the Editor-in-Chief of the ABA/Bloomberg BNA treatise Drafting Patents for Litigation and Licensing.