Ryan Thompson is a registered patent attorney and practices all aspects of patent prosecution, including utility and design patent drafting and prosecution, patent searches, and freedom-to-operate or infringement opinions. Ryan has worked across a variety of technology areas including mechanical devices, IoT systems, software, electrical monitoring or sensor systems, and medical device technologies.
Ryan studied Electrical Engineering at The University of Texas at Dallas, where his studies focused on electronic device design, computer architecture, and integrated circuit technologies. During his time at university Ryan also worked for an engineering company gaining experience in designing and testing electro-mechanical relays. Ryan’s experience includes working with teams to design and test relays, IoT systems, and other hardware systems. While at GW Law Ryan was a part of the Journal for Energy and Environmental law as well as part of the GW Mock Trial Skills board.
- The George Washington University Law School, J.D.
- BSEE The University of Texas at Dallas
- District of Columbia