Jason is managing partner of the firm’s Dallas office. He focuses on all aspects of intellectual property litigation with a concentration on patent litigation. He has been involved in patent cases in federal district and appellate courts throughout the country as well as with the International Trade Commission.
Jason has particular experience litigating patent cases in the United States District Courts for the District of Delaware and the Eastern District of Texas − he has personally litigated more than 90 patent infringement cases in the Eastern District of Texas alone. Jason is also a Registered Patent Attorney with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and has significant experience filing and prosecuting Inter Partes Review (IPR) and Covered Business Method (CBM) actions with the Patent Trial and Appeal Board.
With a degree in mechanical engineering in addition to his law degree, Jason is a licensed patent attorney and has handled cases involving a range of technical disciplines: wireless telecommunications, e- commerce, data encryption, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth protocols, semiconductor operation and design, medical devices, liquid crystal displays, blade servers, chemical vapor deposition, internet-based business methods and others. His clients have included some of the world’s largest wireless communications companies, energy companies, computer manufacturers, banks, and semiconductor companies.
Jason tailors his representation of his clients based upon the client goal, the amount in dispute, and the demands of each case. He understands that each case is different and works closely with his clients to provide excellent and complete representation while maintaining budget to avoid billing overages. Jason has been nationally recognized in his field by a number of publications, such as Super Lawyers, Texas Monthly, Managing IP Magazine, D Magazine, and Best Lawyers in America.
ason obtained a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering with a materials science emphasis at the University of Texas, where he was in the honors engineering program and was a National Merit Scholar.