Taylor joined Bartlit Beck in 2021. Taylor represents clients in complex high-stakes commercial cases, with a primary focus on intellectual property litigation.
Prior to joining the firm, Taylor was an associate at a large international law firm in New York, and a clerk for Judge Raymond C. Clevenger on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. Taylor completed his undergraduate degree at Colorado College and his law degree at Columbia. Before law school, Taylor worked a research technician in an academic lab performing genetics research on the nematode C. elegans.
Carrum Technologies v. Ford Motor Company, Carrum Technologies v. BMW of North America, and Carrum Technologies v. Fiat Chrysler US (D. Del.)
Trial counsel for Carrum Technologies in patent infringement action against Ford, BMW, and Fiat Chrysler related to adaptive cruise control technology. Case pending.
Gilead Sciences, Inc. v. Lupin, et. al. (D. Del.)
Trial counsel for Gilead in Hatch-Waxman litigation relating to Gilead's Biktarvy® (bictegravir) product for the treatment of HIV. Case pending.
Professional Activities and Community Service
Coach, Colorado College Mock Trial, 2020–present
Education & Honors
Columbia Law School, 2019, J.D.
Online Operations Editor, Columbia Law Review
Ruth Bader Ginsburg Prize (James Kent Scholar, 2016-2019)
Whitney North Seymour Medal (2019)
Stone Honors Moot Court
Colorado College, 2014, B.A. in Chemistry, magna cum laude
Phi Beta Kappa
Barnes Scholar in Chemistry (2010-2014)
Founder, Colorado College undergraduate mock trial program
- Honorable Raymond C. Clevenger III, United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, 2020-2021
- New York
- Southern District of New York