Ryan Enchelmayer is an associate in the Corporate practice of Paul Hastings and is a member of the firm's IP Transactions and Licensing practice.
Mr. Enchelmayer's practice focuses on technology and commercial transactions, including licensing, research, software and IP development, collaboration, acquisition, carve-out, investment, lending, software and other services, manufacturing, supply, sale, resale, distribution, marketing and other commercial and technology-driven transactions and relationships. He regularly counsels companies on the protection, sharing and enforcement of their important technologies and associated IP rights, and has extensive experience in M&A, financing and other transactions involving IP diligence reviews and negotiation of key transaction agreements in connection with a broad range of domestic and international deals.
He represents public and private companies engaged in a variety of IP-intensive industries, including providers, developers, customers, buyers, sellers, investors, sponsors, researchers, lenders and borrowers in the software, software service, pharmaceutical, healthcare technology, data, information technology, electronics, communications, internet and web-enabled technology industries, among others.
Mr. Enchelmayer also works with clients to develop and implement trademark strategies and regularly files and prosecutes trademark applications.
Accolades and Recognitions
Super Lawyers® Rising Star
Mr. Enchelmayer received his J.D. from the University of California, Berkeley in 2009. While at Berkeley Law, he was a member of the Berkeley Technology Law Journal and the Berkeley Business Law Journal. He graduated from the University of California, San Diego (summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa) in 2005.
Presenter, "Patent Licensing in Settlement Agreements" (February 2017).
"The Law of Joint Ownership of Patents: The Right to Impede an Infringement Suit", Bloomberg BNA, by Jane I. Song and Ryan M. Enchelmayer (March 2015).
"Automatic Renewal Provisions in Subscription Agreements for Software Services", Intellectual Property Today, by Jane Song and Ryan Enchelmayer (May 2013).
Intellectual Property Due Diligence: Acquisition of a Software-as-a-Service Business", by Jane Song and Ryan Enchelmayer, Bloomberg Law's Mergers & Acquisitions Law Report™ (December 2017).
Mr. Enchelmayer serves as the pro bono practice coordinator for the firm's San Diego office. He is also a member of the steering committee for the California Lawyers for the Arts (CLA) San Diego program.