Ryann H. Beck is an associate and registered patent attorney at Andrus, Sceales, Starke & Sawall.
Ryann focuses her practice on domestic and international patent and trademark prosecution and litigation services for all intellectual property matters.
Ryann joined the firm in July 2010 after graduating from Marquette University Law School (cum laude, 2010). While at Marquette, Ryann was a member of the Intellectual Property Law Review and the Intellectual Property Moot Court Team, and also served as President of the International Law Society. Ryann is the author of a law review article regarding international intellectual property issues facing farmers, titled “Farmers’ Rights and Open Source Licensing,” which published in the Spring 2011 edition of the Arizona Journal of Environmental Law and Policy.
Prior to attending law school, Ryann earned a degree in Electrical Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology. As an engineer, she worked for over four years in the area of bio-signal processing, first as an intern at NASA Johnson Space Center and then as a neural signal analyst at Impulse Monitoring, Inc.
Ryann is admitted to practice law in Wisconsin. She is a member of the American Bar Association, the Wisconsin and Milwaukee Bar Associations, and the Wisconsin Intellectual Property Law Association.