Albert Jacobs, Jr.
With more than 30 years of experience in patent law, Mr. Jacobs concentrates his practice in the areas of life sciences, especially pharmaceutical and biotechnology, medical, chemical and health care, as well as chemical, business method intellectual property law and litigation. He has extensive experience in obtaining original patents, as well as re-issue patents and those submitted for re-examination and has been responsible for obtaining patents on commercially valuable products and systems. The majority of Mr. Jacobs’ practice over the past 20 years has been in litigation involving patents infringed by third parties and defending clients charged with infringement by patent owners. He also counsels clients on issues of infringement and validity and global patent portfolio management.
In addition, Mr. Jacobs has extensive experience in intellectual property cases before the International Trade Commission. He has also successfully represented semiconductors and business method patent litigation, both at the trial level and at the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC) and has successfully reversed several Markman rulings for his clients. He also has regularly lectured on and advised clients on the nature and enforcement of intellectual property rights in the People’s Republic of China as well as explaining U.S. IPR enforcement to the Chinese government and to Chinese companies and law firms.
- Troutman Sanders LLP
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