Los Angeles, California 90071
Brian Cook is a counsel in O’Melveny’s Los Angeles office and a member of the Intellectual Property and Technology Practice within the Litigation Department. Brian puts his legal skills, and his background in physics, to work assisting in the research and analysis of complex technical and legal issues, particularly focusing on patent and technology litigation. Before coming to O’Melveny, Brian worked for eight years at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory as an engineer and project element manager within the Mars Program. He was awarded a NASA Exceptional Achievement Medal for his leadership of the design team that developed the telecommunications system for the Spirit and Opportunity rovers that landed on Mars in 2003. On the Mars Science Laboratory Project, he managed a group of over forty engineers developing the flight avionics subsytem. Brian also has experience in telecommunications systems engineering, flight radar hardware design and development, radio-frequency integrated circuit (RFIC) design, digital signal processing, digital ASIC and FPGA design, software development, and flight transponder delivery to multiple NASA deep space missions.
|Areas of Practice||1) Intellectual Property and Technology and 2) Patent and Technology Litigation|
|Law School||The University of Southern California Law School, J.D.|
|Education||Yale University, B.S.|
|Bar Member / Association||California State Bar Association|
|Most recent firm||O Melveny & Myers LLP|
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