Bryan Lemanski focuses his practice on patent application preparation and prosecution involving mechanical and software innovation for the automotive and medical device industries and various other market sectors.
Valued for his work ethic and ability to establish rapport with those around him, Bryan uses his outstanding communication skills to deliver exceptional legal acumen. His professional and collaborative approach to problem-solving, particularly when interfacing with examiners, often opens the door to win/win results for his clients and examiners alike.
Bryan excels when applying the law to engineering and working with clients to advance their goals by owning the technology of the future. His education and hands-on experience in engineering allow him to understand and articulate even the most sophisticated and complex innovations.
After earning a Bachelor of Science in Industrial and Operations Engineering from the University of Michigan, Bryan worked as an automotive engineer. During his engineering career, he worked in vehicle design, testing, and manufacturing, with experience in passive and active safety systems, material stamping and molding, and electromechanical components. Bryan attended law school in the evening while first working full-time in automotive engineering. He then transitioned to the Dobrusin Law Firm, where he became a registered patent agent and quickly began his patent practice.
Areas of Practice
- Intellectual Property Strategy and Counseling
- U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan
- U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
- Wayne State University Law School
- Juris Doctor, 2019
- Patent Procurement Clinic
- Wayne Intellectual Property Student Association
- University of Michigan
- Bachelor of Science in Industrial and Operations Engineering, 2011
- Alumni Mentor/Mentee Program
- Regional College of Engineering Admissions Interview Volunteer
Professional Associations and Memberships
- State Bar of Michigan
- Oakland County Bar Association
- Michigan Intellectual Property Inn of Court
- Humble Design
- City of Rochester Hills Historic District Commissioner