Joe Beauchamp has over 20 years of experience covering all facets of intellectual property law. He is widely recognized for his work in IP law, being named a Texas Super Lawyer (a service of the Thomson Reuters Legal division) from 2013 through 2019. He was also named as one of the top overall lawyers in Houston by Reuters from 2016 through 2019.
Greg Castanias, head of Jones Day’s Federal Circuit team, has almost 30 years’ experience as a leading appellate and intellectual property litigator. His experience includes five Supreme Court arguments, 70+ Federal Circuit arguments, and countless others in federal and state courts across the nation, from Alaska to Connecticut. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Appellate Lawyers.
Dr. Jennifer Chheda has almost 20 years of experience developing, implementing, and managing worldwide patent portfolios covering commercial biologics and pharmaceuticals as well as products in development, including clinical candidates.
Dave Cochran has handled every type of patent matter for clients primarily in high-technology fields. A patent holder himself, Dave provides patent prosecution, portfolio development, due diligence, patent litigation, Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) litigation, appellate, and international patent services.
John Evans Ph.D.
John Evans has consistently delivered results for clients in dozens of intellectual property matters, including summary judgment defense wins in recent high-stakes patent infringement cases.
For 20 years Tim Heverin has represented clients in high-value patent and trade secret disputes, often involving international actors, activity, and witnesses. In doing so he has appeared before district courts across the country, the Federal Circuit, the ITC, and PTAB.
Anthony Insogna is a leading pharmaceutical and biotechnology patent lawyer as recognized by clients, Chambers, and his peers. He has more than 28 years of experience enforcing and defending patents around the globe, driving patent portfolio strategy for drug candidates and FDA approved products, and conducting due diligence for life sciences companies, investment banks, and venture capital firms.
Matt Johnson is one of the Firm’s primary contacts on practice before the USPTO’s Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB), where patentability of issued patents can be challenged. Currently co-chairing the Firm’s PTAB subpractice and involved in proceedings at the Board, including trials for inter partes review (IPR) and Covered Business Method review (CBM), since the first day of their availability in September 2012, Matt regularly represents clients as both petitioners and patent owners at the Board.
Vishal Khatri is an intellectual property lawyer with more than 15 years of experience representing clients in high-stakes, bet-the-company patent litigation and procurement matters. He routinely represents clients in matters before U.S. district courts, the United States International Trade Commission (ITC), and the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), including inter partes review (IPR) proceedings before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB).
John Kinton is a 20-year trial lawyer who focuses on complex, cross-border intellectual property and technology disputes. As a U.S. lawyer and a UK solicitor, John represents clients in patent infringement proceedings, trade secret misappropriation cases, and technology litigation around the globe.
An acknowledged leader in the profession, Carl Kukkonen has more than 20 years of experience in strategic intellectual property counseling and litigation. Specifically, Carl advises clients on patent infringement and validity, preparation and prosecution of patent applications, prelitigation case assessment, active patent litigation, IP due diligence, and brand protection matters.
H. Albert Liou
Adept at grasping complex technologies, Albert Liou has achieved success for clients in all aspects of high-stakes patent and trade secret litigation, as well as complex transactions involving intellectual property. Albert has a decade of experience representing clients in the computer software, hardware, electronics, automotive, chemicals, and other industries in federal courts and in arbitration, including trial and appeals.
Kenny Luchesi is a trial lawyer with more than 14 years of experience both as a product development engineer and as an attorney litigating complex intellectual property matters.
Dave Maiorana is a trial lawyer with a notable combination of significant experience as a USPTO examiner along with 20 years litigating complex intellectual property matters.
Praised by Jones Day clients as “technically and legally excellent,” John Marlott has been recognized as an “Intellectual Property Trailblazer” (National Law Journal) and one of the world’s leading patent professionals (IAM). John brings nearly 30 years of intellectual property law experience to his role as lead counsel in complex IP disputes.
With more than 15 years of experience, Dr. Cary Miller’s practice focuses on assisting life sciences clients with their patent issues. She works with clients in patent prosecution, prelitigation analysis, PTAB proceedings, and patent litigation.
Christian Platt is an experienced patent trial lawyer who handles complicated intellectual property disputes in the courts and the patent office, including patent infringement, patent validity, trade secret, and licensing disputes.
Tom Ritchie represents technology companies in intellectual property matters, with a particular emphasis on high-technology patent litigation. Tom has represented clients before U.S. district courts and the USPTO’s Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) in cases related to a variety of technologies, including computer software, semiconductors, and wireless communication systems.
With more than 19 years of experience, Joe Sauer is actively involved in the PTAB Litigation group at Jones Day and has represented clients in more than 60 post-grant trials at the Patent Trial and Appeal Board. Joe provides clients with a broad range of patent services, including the development and management of international patent portfolios, freedom-to-practice opinions, ex parte and inter partes patent reexamination and post-grant reviews, prelitigation and general IP counseling, and patent litigation.
Jennifer Swize is an experienced appellate advocate, with particular focus on patent appeals before the Federal Circuit. Jennifer has argued Federal Circuit appeals and led and coauthored briefs. Her experience includes appeals from district court jury trials, Hatch-Waxman cases, and summary judgment, as well as appeals from Patent Office proceedings.
For more than 15 years, Emily Tait has served as a trusted advisor in complex intellectual property disputes and transactions, earning recognition as one of Michigan’s “Notable Women in the Law.” Her matters involve diverse technologies, including vehicle software, health care data, fintech, medical devices, telecommunications, pharmaceuticals, biotech, and consumer products.
Marc Blackman is an intellectual property attorney with more than 20 years of experience representing clients in high-stakes patent infringement cases in federal courts throughout the country.
With 20 years of experience and appearances in district courts in more than a dozen states, Geoffrey Gavin advises clients on important IP matters, including patent litigation, PTAB litigation, and strategic IP counseling. He has experience with numerous technologies across a wide variety of industries, including wireless telecommunications, data encryption and computer security, LED lighting, printers and copiers, automotive products, medical devices, video and image processing, packaging, and athletic footwear and equipment.
J. Jason Williams
Jason Williams practices patent, trademark, and trade secret law, with a primary focus on IP litigation for industries such as biopharma. His experience includes patent litigation in federal district courts, the PTAB, and the International Trade Commission (ITC) on a wide range of technologies, including wireless and satellite telecommunications, industrial and commercial products, software, security systems, pharmaceuticals, and business methods.
David Anderson is a patent litigator with experience across a broad range of technologies, including electrical power distribution systems, wearable technology, integrated circuits, computer security systems, and medical devices.
Stephanie M. Brooker
Stephanie Brooker is a patent lawyer who handles prosecution of U.S. and foreign patent applications. Her practice spans technical areas including artificial intelligence, blockchain, semiconductor manufacturing and devices, data and digital signal processing, file and database management software, graphical user interfaces, software architectures, medical devices and patient monitoring systems, digital health, fitness equipment, on-board diagnostic devices, and power control systems.
T. Kaitlin Crowder
Kait Crowder’s practice focuses on intellectual property, with a primary focus on patent litigation. She also has experience with trademark, trade secret, and unfair competition matters.
Raffaella Faraoni’s practice focuses on the development and management of global patent portfolios in the areas of pharmaceuticals, chemicals, and biotechnology. A particular emphasis of her practice is advising clients regarding intellectual property matters for small molecule drugs.
Dr. Yury Kalish is a patent attorney who applies his legal and industry experience to strategically and efficiently support clients in a wide range of technologies. His practice focuses on intellectual property law, including patent litigation, patent prosecution, and IP counseling.
Mike Lavine has argued patent and trademark cases before the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC), Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB), and U.S. District Courts. He has participated in five trials: two at the International Trade Commission (ITC), two in U.S. District Courts, and one as first chair in an inter partes review (IPR) trial at the PTAB.
Dr. Lisamarie LoGiudice’s intellectual property practice is focused on pharmaceutical and biotechnology patent litigation and post-grant invalidity proceedings, including inter partes reviews (IPRs).
Josh Nightingale represents leading domestic and international technology companies in high-stakes patent litigation. His litigation matters before U.S. district courts, the USPTO’s Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB), and the Federal Circuit have involved a variety of technologies across numerous industries, including semiconductors, electrical circuits, computer software, LED lighting, vacuum hoses, and telecommunication technologies.
Kunyong Yang focuses his practice on the development and management of global patent portfolios involving pharmaceutical, chemical, and biotechnology innovations. He guides clients from the early stages of patent portfolio development, through the product development process, to the development of late-stage life cycle management strategies and regulatory extension opportunities.
Dr. Lin Yu’s practice focuses on U.S. and foreign patent prosecution and patent portfolio management in the areas of biotechnology, chemistry, and pharmaceuticals.
Jennifer Bachorik Ph. D.
Jen Bachorik focuses her practice on client counseling and preparation and prosecution of patent applications in the life science, biotechnology, and pharmaceutical fields.
Marlee Hartenstein focuses her practice on patent litigation matters before U.S. district courts and the USPTO’s Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB). Her experience includes drafting motions, preparing for depositions, conducting invalidity and noninfringement analyses, and participating in claim construction proceedings.
Alex Chung Ph.D.
Alex Chung’s practice involves a mix of patent prosecution, counseling, and litigation in the areas of biotechnology and pharmaceuticals. He has extensive experience in procuring, managing, evaluating, enforcing, and defending patents and in providing strategic IP counsel to clients.
Jihong Lou represents innovative pharmaceutical companies in patent litigation involving small-molecule drugs, including cases arising under the Hatch-Waxman Act. Drawing from her years of experience as a former Federal Circuit law clerk, a patent agent, and a medicinal chemist and drug discovery project leader, Jihong applies her in-depth technical and legal experience in advising clients on a wide variety of intellectual property issues.
Yang Li Ph.D.
Dr. Alex Li advises clients around the world on a wide range of matters that involve complex scientific and technical issues. His practice includes both emerging companies and multinational corporations in the chemical, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, semiconductor, and software sectors.
Patent Agent and IP Legal Interns
IP Legal Intern
Amanda Leckman assists with patent prosecution activities in the U.S. as well as in foreign jurisdictions. She is a registered patent agent and has prosecuted patent applications in the areas of solar technology, data processing, electromagnetic simulation software, semiconductor devices, and data networking.
IP Legal Intern
Unmesh Shah assists in the drafting and prosecution of U.S. and foreign patent applications as well as with due diligence and patentability analyses projects for pharmaceutical/biotechnology clients.