Forrest Jones focuses on patent litigation, including at the International Trade Commission (ITC), as well as inter partes review (IPR) proceedings before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) and appeals before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. He has technical and legal experience in various areas of electrical and computer engineering, including computer software, signal processing, wireless networking, power electronics, power generation, and consumer electronics such as televisions, laptop computers, smartphones, and gaming systems.
Forrest manages complex litigations spanning multiple venues at all stages from the filing through trial, including drafting case dispositive motions and briefs, arguing claim construction in Markman hearings, taking and defending expert depositions, and preparing witnesses to testify at trial. His litigation experience encompasses the full litigation process, including management of complex document review; preparing trial examination and cross examination; and drafting pre-trial motions, pre-trial briefs, and post-trial briefs. He also has experience representing clients in international arbitration. He was a member of a team that defended various Sony entities in patent infringement lawsuits involving electrical and software technologies brought in the E.D. Texas, D. Delaware, and D. Massachusetts, as well as in arbitration issues before the Japan Commercial Arbitration Association (JCAA).
Forrest devotes time to pro-bono matters, representing indigent clients in a number of different civil matters. He is listed on the Capital Pro Bono Honor Roll.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Forrest A. Jones