Adjunct Professor, Syracuse University College of Law Innovation Law Center
Brian Gerling is a technology lawyer, solving regulatory and transactional issues related to the challenges facing emerging technology companies. His practice focuses on intellectual property, corporate, data privacy and cybersecurity, regulatory, and New York State and local economic development.
Gerling is also intricately engaged in the autonomous systems industry both as a legal advisor and on the policy front. He serves as the legal advisor to various unmanned aerial vehicle companies that are based or have a presence in Central New York.
He also represents a variety of technology clients in the environmental solutions, medical, beverage, and plastics industries regarding intellectual property matters, data privacy and cybersecurity, business strategies, and, if necessary, litigation. Along with that, Gerling also regularly advises manufacturing companies related to corporate transactions and intellectual property protection and preservation.
In addition to his role at Bond, he is an adjunct professor at Syracuse University College of Law’s Innovation Law Center educating students on the technical, legal, and business aspects involved in bringing technologies to market.