Jason focuses his practice on patent litigation and prosecution in the chemical, medical and mechanical arts. He has experience in domestic and international patent prosecution and patent clearance opinions, and has represented clients through all stages of litigation in the federal district courts and before the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. Jason has handled matters involving a variety of technologies, including interventional medical devices and healthcare products, pharmaceuticals, biosensors, climate control, and automotive systems.
As a veteran of the automotive industry, Jason brings a client-side perspective to his practice. Jason has been involved in all aspects of the technology life cycle – as a manufacturing and materials engineer involved in product development, as an in-house patent engineer involved in IP development and valuation, and as an attorney involved in prosecuting and litigating patents. These experiences give him real-world perspective and appreciation of the issues that matter most to clients, helping him to achieve efficient and effective solutions.
Jason is known for his thorough and detailed understanding of his client’s technologies and business, and his ability to translate this information into successful legal strategies and outcomes.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Jason W. Schigelone