Jason Greenhut focuses his practice on all aspects of patent litigation, including district court litigations, Section 337 actions at the United States International Trade Commission (ITC), and inter partes review (IPR) proceedings before the U.S. Patent Trial and Appeal Board. He has handled patent disputes involving a wide range of technologies, including solar energy, semiconductor manufacturing and design, wireless data transmission, signal multiplexing, cellular telecommunications standards, satellite communications, computer networking, video encoding, reprogrammable hardware devices, animal genetics, industrial chemicals, and medical devices.
Jason also has material experience handling patent licensing, patent prosecution, and due diligence, including validity and freedom-to-operate analyses.
Jason has previously worked in the technology transfer group of the United States Department of Energy, and as an Engineer focusing on industrial instrumentation at Exxon Mobil.
Represented two major solar energy technology companies in patent infringement suits filed at ITC. Managed expert witness discovery and took/defended depositions, crafted validity and non-infringement positions, and prepared petitions for Inter Partes Review of asserted patents. Obtained judgment of no violation of 19 U.S.C § 1337 in both cases.
Represented computer networking company in suit involving enterprise network switches in Western District of Texas. Drafted claim construction briefs and argued claim construction hearing. Obtained favorable result of voluntarily dismissal.
Represented Fortune 100 technology company in litigation relating to reconfigurable hardware acceleration of computer software in the Western District of Washington. Drafted claim construction briefs and petitions for inter partes review, and supervised work of expert witnesses. Obtained favorable outcome after judgments of invalidity resulting from IPR petitions.
Represented industrial fabrication company in lawsuit relating to automation of parts construction in District of Delaware. Drafted IPR petition and motion under 35 U.S.C. § 101, leading to favorable judgment of patent invalidity.
Represented wireless communications technology company in litigation relating to air-to-ground communications in Central District of California. Drafted substantive motions and deposed expert witnesses.
Represented Japanese semiconductor manufacturer in litigation regarding semiconductor wafer polishing and finishing techniques in Middle District of Florida.
Represented British animal genetics company in litigation relating to selective-sex technology in Western District of Wisconsin.
Represented medical device manufacturer in litigation involving spinal cord stimulation technology in the District of Delaware.
Represented major Japanese electronics manufacturer in negotiations for purchase of license to portfolio directed to next-generation Random Access Memory technology.
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