Los Angeles, December 17, 2015
Buchalter Nemer is pleased to announce that Dylan Wiseman has joined the firm in San Francisco as a Shareholder in its Intellectual Property and Litigation Practice Groups.
Mr. Wiseman focuses his practice on intellectual property protection, including representing employers in litigation matters involving, trade secrets and unfair competition, employee mobility, customer and employee non-solicitation restrictions, and the infringement of other forms of intellectual property. Mr. Wiseman’s diverse group of clients includes, fashion designers, aerospace firms, biomedical companies, inventors, high-tech companies, e-commerce firms, real estate companies, casinos, healthcare companies, sporting goods companies, television stations, renewable energy companies, and insurance brokerages.
Mr. Wiseman has extensive jury trial experience. He has been lead trial counsel in several complex-designated unfair competition jury trials, including an eight week jury trial. Mr. Wiseman joins Buchalter from the Sacramento office of Littler Mendelson, where he joined as an associate and had been a Shareholder since 2005. Mr. Wiseman was resident in Littler’s Sacramento and San Jose offices.
“Strengthening our trade secret litigation capabilities has been a real priority for us,” said Adam Bass, President and Chief Executive Officer of Buchalter Nemer. “I’m so pleased to welcome Dylan as we continue to strategically expand, and we are excited that his practice further enhances the legal services we offer our national and international business community clients.”
In 2009, 2010, and 2012 Mr. Wiseman taught continuing education seminars regarding trade secret and unfair competition litigation for the State Bar of California’s Labor and Employment Law Section. An award winning lecturer, he has also taught continuing legal education seminars regarding trade secret protection, social media and confidentiality, BYOD devices, and computer forensics and eDiscovery.
“My trade secret and employee mobility litigation practice fits well within Buchalter’s full-service platform,” added Wiseman. “I am excited to join Buchalter’s extremely talented Intellectual Property and Litigation teams and am eager for my clients to experience the benefits of Buchalter’s depth of subject matter expertise.”
Mr. Wiseman graduated with honors from the University of California, Davis. He earned his J.D. from Santa Clara University School of Law.