Based in Washington DC and frequently traveling between US and China, Jason Xu advises, assists, and resolves clients’ most important intellectual property (IP) issues. Clients, especially Chinese enterprises, turn to Jason because of his technical background, superb legal skills, in-depth understanding of their business needs and risks, as well as long-term connection with Asian (Chinese) community.
Jason has extensive experience in IP litigation in Section 337 investigations before International Trade Commission (ITC) and before United States federal district courts, including Eastern District of Texas, District of Delaware, and Northern District of California. Jason also helps client resolve patent validity issues in post-grant review proceedings before the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
Jason further counsels domestic and international clients on their IP issues, including patent and trademark portfolio management, IP licensing, and technology transfer. Besides pure IP issues, Jason has also been involved in issues intertwining between IP and Antitrust, including Standard Essential Patents (SEPs).
Jason’s work experience encompasses various industry sectors, focusing on HighTech (computer software and hardware, Internet-related technologies, semiconductors, and electronic circuit design), FinTech (banking and financial industry), as well as digital pharmaceuticals and medical devices.
Prior to practicing law, Jason worked as a software architect, technical manager, and senior software engineer in the wireless and software industries as well as government IT field. He had hands-on experience and is familiar with the technologies for mobile devices using iOS, Android OS, Blackberry (RIM) OS, Windows Mobile OS, and Palm OS. He is also familiar with program languages including C#, Java, C++, C as well as various web and application frameworks.
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