Gibson Dunn Adds Intellectual Property Partner Brian Rosenthal in New York

January 19, 2017

Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP is pleased to announce that Brian Rosenthal will join the firm as a partner in the New York office.  He joins the firm from Mayer Brown and will continue his intellectual property practice.

"Brian is a terrific addition to the firm," said Ken Doran, Chairman and Managing Partner of Gibson Dunn.  "He is a talented IP lawyer with extensive trial experience.  He has a terrific reputation as a strategist, counselor and trial lawyer.  Our IP practice is extremely busy, and Brian will add additional depth to help us meet client demand in this area."

"Brian is a superb IP trial lawyer, with substantial and successful experience handling scores of major patent cases in courts around the country, and we are delighted he is joining the firm," said Josh Krevitt, Co-Chair of Gibson Dunn’s Intellectual Property Practice Group.  "We have built a team of extraordinary IP trial lawyers, and Brian will be a terrific addition to the practice."

"I’m delighted to join Gibson Dunn," Rosenthal said.  "The firm is home to a premier intellectual property practice with a deep trial lawyer bench, and I look forward to becoming a member of the team."

About Brian Rosenthal

For the past 16 years, Rosenthal’s practice has focused on complex patent litigation, licensing and counseling, with a concentration on matters involving the computer software, electronics and medical device industries.  He also has significant experience litigating before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board of the U.S. Patent and Trademark office, including inter partes review, business method petitions, and inter partes and ex parte reexaminations.

His patent litigation has covered a wide variety of technology, including local area network switching and routing, mobile telephone standards, smartphone features, eCommerce software, call center and interactive voice response technology, electronic patient diaries, and micropresser Java acceleration technologies. 

Rosenthal graduated in 2000 magna cum laude from Cornell Law School.