Bryan M. Candelario

Bryan M. Candelario


Vanderbilt University (B.E., 2009)
University of Texas, Austin (J.D., 2014)

Bar Admissions

U.S. Patent & Trademark Office

Bryan Candelario is an associate in the firm’s Patent Group. Mr. Candelario focuses his practice on all aspects of patent prosecution and counseling, including domestic and international patent preparation and prosecution, litigation support, and due diligence.

Mr. Candelario has experience working in a variety of technology areas, including consumer electronics, cloud computing systems, user interfaces, medical device systems, network security, and computer animation software.

Mr. Candelario received his J.D. with honors from The University of Texas School of Law where he served as an editor of the Texas Intellectual Property Law Journal and as a member of the Intellectual Property Law Society. During law school, Mr. Candelario studied at Queen Mary University of London for a semester where he focused on intellectual property issues from an international perspective. Mr. Candelario received his B.E. cum laude in electrical engineering from Vanderbilt University, with a minor in materials science and engineering.

Prior to law school, Mr. Candelario worked as a research and design engineer at a leading energy technology company where he developed high-temperature, high-reliability electronics and electromechanical tools.

Mr. Candelario is admitted to practice in California and is registered to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

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