April 1, 2019

Brian Platt Joins Workman Nydegger

By: Kathryn Perkins

SALT LAKE CITY, April 1, 2019 – Intellectual property and commercial litigation law firm Workman Nydegger is pleased to welcome Brian N. Platt as a Shareholder to the firm.

Platt’s practice focuses on the protection of intellectual property rights, including patents, trademarks, trade secrets, and copyrights. He has extensive experience in high-stakes patent litigation matters around the world, including the United States, Germany, the Netherlands, and China. Platt has litigated numerous patent and technology matters including video and streaming technologies, and high-end content security. Platt’s practice also includes complex litigation matters for clients worldwide, including technology and business litigation matters in the U.S., Europe, Latin America, and Asia.

Platt previously served as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Thomas S. Zilly and Honorable James L. Robart in the United States District Court for Western District of Washington.  As a law student at Seattle University School of Law, Platt received the CALI Excellence for the Future Award in five different classes, including Patent & Trade Secret Law.  Platt graduated summa cum laude, and was the winner of the Cheney Legal Writing Scholarship Competition.

Platt is a registered Professional Engineer, and worked as a consultant and project engineer for RH2 Engineering, Inc. in Bothell, WA for seven years before becoming an attorney.

Workman Nydegger specializes in intellectual property law and litigation.  The firm represents a wide array of clients in all areas of intellectual property law, including patent, trademark, copyright, litigation and prosecution, unfair competition and related licensing matters, and possesses expertise in a diverse range of technologies, including computer systems, software, e-commerce and information technology; electronics and electrical engineering; pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, chemical, biotechnology, and medical and life science technologies; physics and optics; mechanics and mechanical engineering and alternative energy.  For additional information, please visit www.wnlaw.com.