Jerry Hrycyszyn represents clients in a wide variety of intellectual property matters, including patent, trademark, and trade secret litigation, licensing, and post-grant proceedings. He has litigated disputes in district courts across the country, at the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, and before the International Trade Commission.

His extensive experience ranges from the electronics industry to consumer products to pharmaceuticals.

Jerry previously served as an officer in the U.S. Navy. He was with Naval Reactors, where he was responsible for directing research and development of naval nuclear propulsion systems.

Client testimonial:
"We couldn’t have asked for a better result, and couldn’t have asked for better counsel than you! We all greatly appreciate the great work from you and your team."
  • Won a victory for patent owner Saint–Gobain Performance Plastics Rencol Ltd. in an inter partes review (IPR) in which all claims were found patentable in a final written decision (the only time where claims were found patentable based on secondary considerations).
  • Developed and executed a coordinated litigation and covered business method review (CBM) strategy that secured home venue for DebtX while also leaving open the ability to challenge the patent in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Confronted with this defense, Grant Street Group (formerly known as Muniauction) quickly agreed to a resolution that was very favorable to DebtX.
  • Secured dismissal of patent infringement suit brought by CopyTele, Inc. against our client E Ink (the world’s largest supplier of e-readers) based on lack of standing.
  • Successfully defended MStar Semiconductor in a complex International Trade Commission (ITC) action (Consolidated Investigation Nos. 741/749 (2010-2012)). Following the evidentiary hearing, the administrative law judge found no infringement by MStar’s accused scaler chips, and the full Commission upheld that ruling.
  • Represents E Ink and its customers Amazon.com, Sony, and Barnes & Noble in a patent infringement suit involving e-readers.
  • Represented Sony in an E.D. Texas patent infringement case involving LED/LCD displays.
  • Represented Keurig in numerous patent infringement cases in the beverage industry.
  • Defended a Taiwanese LCD glass manufacturer accused of trade secret misappropriation.
  • Helped monetize a major university’s telecommunications patent.
  • Massachusetts Bar Association
  • Texas Bar Association
  • California Bar Association

Jerry has repeatedly been named one of the Massachusetts Super Lawyers' "Rising Stars" in the field of intellectual property litigation.

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Jerry Hrycyszyn represents clients in a wide variety of intellectual property matters, including patent, trademark, and trade secret litigation, licensing, and post-grant proceedings. He has litigated disputes in district courts across the country, at the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, and before the International Trade Commission.

His extensive experience ranges from the electronics industry to consumer products to pharmaceuticals.

Jerry previously served as an officer in the U.S. Navy. He was with Naval Reactors, where he was responsible for directing research and development of naval nuclear propulsion systems.

Client testimonial:
"We couldn’t have asked for a better result, and couldn’t have asked for better counsel than you! We all greatly appreciate the great work from you and your team."
  • Won a victory for patent owner Saint–Gobain Performance Plastics Rencol Ltd. in an inter partes review (IPR) in which all claims were found patentable in a final written decision (the only time where claims were found patentable based on secondary considerations).
  • Developed and executed a coordinated litigation and covered business method review (CBM) strategy that secured home venue for DebtX while also leaving open the ability to challenge the patent in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Confronted with this defense, Grant Street Group (formerly known as Muniauction) quickly agreed to a resolution that was very favorable to DebtX.
  • Secured dismissal of patent infringement suit brought by CopyTele, Inc. against our client E Ink (the world’s largest supplier of e-readers) based on lack of standing.
  • Successfully defended MStar Semiconductor in a complex International Trade Commission (ITC) action (Consolidated Investigation Nos. 741/749 (2010-2012)). Following the evidentiary hearing, the administrative law judge found no infringement by MStar’s accused scaler chips, and the full Commission upheld that ruling.
  • Represents E Ink and its customers Amazon.com, Sony, and Barnes & Noble in a patent infringement suit involving e-readers.
  • Represented Sony in an E.D. Texas patent infringement case involving LED/LCD displays.
  • Represented Keurig in numerous patent infringement cases in the beverage industry.
  • Defended a Taiwanese LCD glass manufacturer accused of trade secret misappropriation.
  • Helped monetize a major university’s telecommunications patent.
  • Massachusetts Bar Association
  • Texas Bar Association
  • California Bar Association

Jerry has repeatedly been named one of the Massachusetts Super Lawyers' "Rising Stars" in the field of intellectual property litigation.