Boston College Law School

JD, 2012

Boston College

BA, 2009, Economics and History



New York

US District Court,


US Court of Appeals,

Federal Circuit

Bryana T. McGillycuddy


t 617-248-4077   f 617-502-4077

Bryana McGillycuddy is a member of the firm’s litigation department. Ms. McGillycuddy’s practice focuses on intellectual property litigation, including patent infringement, trade secret misappropriation, and licensing disputes. Ms. McGillycuddy also has a diverse range of experience in complex commercial litigation matters as well as white collar litigations and investigations.

Practice Focus

Intellectual Property Litigation: complex patent infringement litigation, trade secret litigation, and licensing disputes within the technology, software and life sciences industries. 

Complex Commercial Litigation: assists in representation of leading corporations and financial institutions in complex commercial litigations.

Representative Engagements

  • Assisted in representation of content delivery company in patent infringement litigation
  • Assisted in representation of camera and lighting support equipment manufacturer in patent infringement litigation
  • Assisted in representation of technology company related to call processing, direct carrier billing, and GPS technologies in patent infringement litigation
  • Assisted in defending drilling systems manufacturer related to complex contract dispute
  • Assisted in representation of ITC complainant in Section 337 investigation related to optical disc drives
  • Assisted in representation of various technology companies in negotiation and drafting of settlement and licensing agreements


“FTC v. Actavis: The Supreme Court Decision and Going-Forward Scrutiny of Reverse Payment Settlement Agreements,” co-author, Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, June 2013.

Professional and Community Involvement

Ms. McGillycuddy is a member of the Boston Bar Association, Women’s Bar Association, and the Boston Patent Law Association.


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