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Background

Jonathan Bright is an associate in the Atlanta office of Fish & Richardson, and his practice focuses on patent litigation.

Mr. Bright has experience in all major aspects of patent litigation, including drafting motions and pleadings, discovery, claim construction, infringement and validity analysis, assisting experts in the preparation of technical reports, deposition preparation, and trial. Mr. Bright has litigated before a variety of federal district courts and the International Trade Commission.  Additionally, Mr. Bright has experience filing inter partes review petitions before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board.

Mr. Bright’s cases span a broad range of technologies including graphical user interfaces, front-end radio architecture, food packaging, flash memory, and deposition of thin carbon films.

In addition to litigation, Mr. Bright’s practice includes analyzing patent portfolios to assess infringement risk and pro bono patent prosecution.  Mr. Bright was previously a Summer Associate with the firm.

Prior to law school, Mr. Bright worked as a Graduate Research Assistant at the Georgia Tech Research Institute, where he helped develop missile warning systems by modeling threats and their response to IRCM at the circuit level. Mr. Bright also worked as a Cooperative Student at ATA Engineering, a consulting firm, where he conducted structural analysis studies using finite element software.

Education

J.D., University of Georgia School of Law 2014
Articles Editor, Georgia Law Review, 2012-2014
cum laude


M.S., Georgia Institute of Technology 2011
Electrical and Computer Engineering


B.S., Georgia Institute of Technology 2010
Electrical Engineering
with highest honors

Admissions

  • Georgia 2014
  • United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia 2015
  • United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit 2015

Experience

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