Jason Romrell helps companies navigate complex, high-risk intellectual property disputes at the trial and appellate levels. He represents clients before federal district courts, the International Trade Commission (ITC), the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, where he has drafted numerous appeal briefs and has successfully argued as lead counsel.
Jason has experience in all aspects of patent litigation, including discovery, depositions, claim construction, summary judgment, examining witnesses at trial, and oral argument. He also has extensive know-how litigating patent damages, including working with damages experts and Daubert challenges. In addition to his own trial experience, Jason has assisted trial teams as a dedicated appellate specialist, providing valuable guidance in perfecting the record for appeal and crafting jury instructions, motions in limine, and mid- or post-trial motions. He also has experience representing clients before the U.S. Supreme Court.
Jason also counsels clients on obtaining and protecting intellectual property rights, including providing infringement and validity opinions and advising on strategic patent prosecution matters. He has experience in a wide array of industries, including biotechnology, medical devices, software, mobile phones, semiconductors, process engineering, and consumer products. Jason is a former R&D engineer at Becton Dickinson, where he designed and tested advanced drug delivery technology and manufacturing processes.
Jason is an instructor for a Patent Resources Group course covering Federal Circuit law in several areas, including damages and patentable subject matter. He also lectures in the United States and internationally on intellectual property issues, including post-grant review proceedings.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Jason L. Romrell