Ryan Mott is an associate in the firm's Litigation department.

Before joining the firm, Mr. Mott worked in the automotive industry on the design and MATLAB-based simulation of chain tensioning systems. Mr. Mott also has experience in the digital design of image sensor-based devices, including the hardware design of handheld 2D barcode readers and research on the use of digital camera sensors to decode strands of ruthenium-laced DNA.

Mr. Mott is registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, and previously held an internship at the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), working for its Office of Legal Counsel (OLC).

Representative Matters

Intellectual Property
Represented pharmaceutical company in discovery, Markman briefing, summary judgment briefing, and trial before the District of New Jersey in connection with patents covering the chemical synthesis of an HIV / AIDS drug.

Performed pre-suit investigation for potential Paragraph IV challenges to blockbuster drug.

Represented pharmaceutical company in patent licensing dispute regarding oncology drug.

Defended software company and filed inter partes review in case involving encryption technology; helped obtain favorable Markman decision; currently defending decision on appeal to the Federal Circuit.

Represented major automotive corporation in patent prosecution matters regarding its novel automobile sensors and vehicle telematics systems.

Commercial Litigation
Represents truck component manufacturer in dispute regarding supply agreements.

Defended the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) in employment matters through appeals under the International Labor Organization Administrative Tribunal (ILOAT).

Pro Bono
Obtained Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJS) and permanent residency for Haitian national.

Appealed wrongful conviction of Brooklyn resident and reduced sentence by twelve years.

Currently appealing to the New York State Court of Appeals the conviction of Queens resident based on an unfair trial marred by a suggestive lineup procedure, evidentiary violations, and a racially-motivated jury selection.


  • U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
  • U.S. District Court, Southern and Eastern Districts of New York
  • New York