Ryan Kennedy is Of Counsel in the firm's Intellectual Property practice group. His background includes extensive experience in licensing, patent strategy and portfolio development.
Ryan advises clients on preparation and prosecution of domestic and international patent applications. He has special expertise in space systems, data science and analytical platforms, user-experience/user-interface applications, image processing, imaging systems, unmanned and autonomous systems, artificial intelligence, and cybersecurity and cryptography.
Prior to joining the firm, Ryan was senior patent counsel at Los Alamos National Laboratory, where he provided IP and business counsel to leadership, senior scientific and program managers on legal and other matters relating to the various missions of the Laboratory.
He also provides counsel and guidance on all aspects of software and patent licensing across a wide range of technical disciplines, as well as strategies and models for engaging in public-private partnerships, multi-sponsor technology transition, and collaborative research and development through various legal and business arrangements.
- "Stemming the Offshore Flow of U.S. Intellectual Property," 35 Tax Notes Int'l 9, p. 847, August 2004
- "Understanding Liability Clauses," AUTM Annual Meeting, February 2005
- "Software Patenting," distributed in conjunction with series of presentations given to executive MBA program of Northeastern University, January 2005