Jake devotes his practice primarily to intellectual property dispute resolution, including patent, trademark, and copyright infringement litigation; proceedings before the Trademark Trial & Appeal Board; trade secret misappropriation litigation; antitrust matters; and related intellectual property disputes. Jake has also counseled clients on defamation and trade libel matters. Prior to focusing on dispute resolution, Jake prepared and prosecuted patent applications in the pharmaceutical, agriculture, biotechnology, and life science technologies. Jake has counseled institutional, corporate, and individual clients with respect to patent, copyright, and trademark strategic matters as well as technology transfer and inventions made with National Institutes of Health and other government support. Jake has also counseled furniture companies on critical and time-sensitive matters, such as intellectual property infringement issues connected with the High Point Furniture Market.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Jacob S. Wharton