Wayne S. Breyer
Patent Attorney and Managing Partner
P: +1-732-578-0103 x212
Work Experience :
After six years in a boutique law firm in New York City, Wayne co-founded DeMont & Breyer (precursor firm to Kaplan Breyer Schwarz & Ottesen) in 1997. In his over 20 years in practice, Wayne has been involved in patent litigation, counseled start-ups and established companies on IP strategy and patent-portfolio development, prepared infringement/validity and freedom-to-operate opinions, conducted due-diligence evaluations, drafted and negotiated technology licenses, and negotiated the sale of patents.
Wayne has a keen interest in science and technology and particularly enjoys the challenges of patent prosecution, which include understanding complex technologies, presenting such technologies in a clear and concise fashion in patent applications, and advocating for his clients before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. He has written and prosecuted hundreds of patent applications in mechanical/electromechanical arts, small technologies, materials science, optics, and the chemical arts.
Before earning his law degree, Wayne worked as an engineer involved in the design, engineering, and on-site troubleshooting of catalytic processes for the refining and petrochemical industries.
Technology Areas :
Materials science (e.g., waveguides, semiconductor processing, polymers), Mechanical/electromechanical (e.g., medical devices, drug delivery lab automation, munitions), Small tech (e.g., microfluidics, MEMS, nanotechnology), Optics and Optoelectronics, and the Chemical arts
IP Section of the American Bar Association
New Jersey Intellectual Property Law Association
Rutgers University, B.S., Chemical Engineering, cum laude
Rutgers University School of Law – Newark, J.D.
Honor Societies: Tau Beta Pi
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, Reg. No. 38,089