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Background

Jon Lamberson is the Firm’s relationship principal for Microsoft. He has worked on over 20 patent litigations for Microsoft, including most recently as lead trial counsel in Microsoft v. Corel, where a jury in the Northern District of California returned a verdict that Corel had willfully infringed six Microsoft patents.

Jon is also a firm expert on fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory (“FRAND” or “RAND”) damages. Jon led the damages team in the Huawei v. T-Mobile litigation, which involved the assertion of twelve standards-essential patents relating to LTE technology. Jon is familiar with the practices of standards bodies including the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (“IEEE”) and the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (“ETSI”).

Jon also has a significant appellate practice. Jon has participated in several appeals and has argued before the Federal Circuit on two occasions. His most recent oral argument was in the Williamson v. Citrix case, a case where the Federal Circuit went en banc to significantly change the law for means-plus-function claiming.

Jon also has a significant post-grant practice. Jon is a member of the USPTO patent bar and has participated in eight inter-partes review (“IPR”) petitions.

Education

J.D., Harvard Law School 2005
Publisher, Harvard Law RecordLine Editor, Journal of Law & Technology


B.S., University of Michigan 2001
Computer Engineering
summa cum laude

Admissions

  • U.S. Patent and Trademark Office 2005
  • California 2005
  • District of Columbia 2007
  • Supreme Court of the United States 2017

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