Brandon Brown is an intellectual property associate in the Kirkland & Ellis San Francisco office. Mr. Brown's practice focuses on high-tech intellectual property litigation in federal courts and at the United States International Trade Commission. Mr. Brown has experience in all aspects of intellectual property litigation, from pre-filing analyses through trial and post-trial motions.
Mr. Brown has a technical background and experience in the fields of computer science, electrical engineering and manufacturing process technology. He has represented clients in a wide range of technologies, including flash memory, cellular phone technology, microchip manufacturing, integrated circuits, and operating system design.
Fortifying the Safe Harbors: Reevaluating the DMCA in a Web 2.0 World, Berkeley Technology Law Journal (23 Berkeley Tech. L.J. 437) (2008).
University of California at Berkeley, School of Law (Boalt Hall), J.D., 2009
Berkeley Technology Law Journal, Senior Article Editor (2008-09)
Berkeley Technology Law Journal, Article Editor (2007-08)
Fellow, Berkeley Center for Law and Technology
Law and Technology Program Certification
Boston University, B.A., Computer Science and Criminal Justice, 2006 cum laude