Brian Busey's practice focuses on complex intellectual property matters, especially those before the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) and in federal district courts. In addition to litigating more than 30 Section 337 cases, Mr. Busey is highly experienced in cross-border intellectual property disputes in a variety of areas, including patents, trademarks, and trade secrets. He also has counseled clients concerning intellectual property licensing and has substantial experience in alternative dispute resolution.
Mr. Busey is sought out as a speaker and has written extensively on ITC practice and procedure, both in the U.S. and in Asia. Mr. Busey is a leader in the ITC Bar, and was the 2011 President of the International Trade Commission Trial Lawyers Association. Mr. Busey is recognized as a leader in ITC practice by Chambers USA (2013), in patent litigation and ITC by Legal 500 US (2011-2013), in intellectual property and patent litigation by Best Lawyers in America (2013), in litigation and ITC by IAM Patent 1000 (2013), and was recognized as the top lawyer in Washington, D.C. for intellectual property by the Washington Business Journal (2009).
While earning his J.D., Mr. Busey was Editor of the Georgetown Law Journal. He was a law clerk to Judge John H. Pratt of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.