Jon James is a partner in the firm's Phoenix office. His practice focuses on
Patent, Intellectual Property and other commercial litigation for technology
companies. He has represented clients, including Intel and HTC, in patent cases
throughout the United States. In addition, he frequently counsels clients about
patent enforcement and licensing issues and has extensive experience advising
clients about negotiating with and litigating against "non-practicing
entities." Jon also frequently advises clients about patent law and policy
issues and has co-authored amicus briefs in a number of important patent cases.
He has also litigated a number of cases involving intellectual property-related
antitrust issues and regularly advises clients about such
Jon also assists U.S. technology companies in intellectual
property infringement and licensing/unfair competition litigation matters in
China. Through this experience, he has gained considerable experience and
knowledge about China's intellectual property, licensing and competition laws
and about civil litigation in the Chinese courts. He has worked closely with
Chinese counsel in these matters and travels to China frequently.