Professional Experience

Bryan is a registered patent attorney specializing in patent prosecution and support of infringement counseling in the aerospace, electronics, software, computer architecture, and telecommunication arts. Prior to joining Shumaker & Sieffert, Bryan was a patent attorney at Marjama Muldoon Blasiak & Sullivan and Westman, Champlin & Kelly.


“The Distance to the Galactic Center”, Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, Vol. 112, No. 768, February 2000 (peer-reviewed research paper with over 60 citations in the scientific literature)  

“Trademarks and Free Speech: The Dual Interest in Internet Domain Names”, Germeshausen Center Newsletter, Summer 2002

Book review of The Future of Life by Edward O. Wilson, Pierce Law Review, 2002

Book review of A Case for Aid: Building Consensus for Development Assistance by James Wolfensohn, Nicholas Stern, and the World Bank staff, Pierce Law Review, 2003

“Designing a New Space Law,” in On to Mars: Colonizing a New World, Robert Zubrin and Frank Crossman, editors, 2002

“An Export Economy for a Mars Settlement”, in On to Mars 2: Exploring and Settling a New World, Robert Zubrin and Frank Crossman, editors, 2005