Working with technology companies of all sizes, gives me the opportunity to handle a wide array of legal and business issues.
Bryan Berman's practice focuses on technology related transactions, with an emphasis on intellectual property, licensing, data security, and privacy. His representative areas of expertise include free/open-source licensing and compliance, drafting and negotiating software and cloud services agreements, cloud computing strategy, mobile applications, online and mobile tracking, FTC inquiry and order compliance, Children's Online Privacy Protections Act (COPPA), Electronic Communications Privacy Act, Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, California Online Privacy Protection Act, and Telephone Consumer Protection Act.
While in law school, Bryan was notes and comments editor for the Whittier Law Review and was recipient of the award for Outstanding Graduate in Intellectual Property. He also completed his LLM in Information Technology and Intellectual Property from the University of Colorado Law School, with thesis work regarding privacy issues surrounding facial recognition technology. As an undergraduate, Bryan was captain of the University of California, Santa Barbara's volleyball team, as well as a member of the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation All Academic Team.
Whittier Law School
JD, 2010, summa cum laude
University of Colorado Law School
University of California, Santa Barbara
Admissions & credentials
Memberships & affiliations
Colorado Bar Association
State Bar of California