Jason C. Williams focuses his practice on intellectual property litigation. He has represented clients in patent-based Section 337 investigations before the U.S. International Trade Commission, and has served as trial counsel on dozens of patent infringement actions in U.S. district courts. Mr. Williams has also assisted companies in protecting their copyright, trademark, and trade secret rights. His involvement in litigation matters covers all aspects of a case from the initial investigation and pre-suit diligence to the filing of pleadings, the conduct of fact and expert discovery, depositions, Markman hearings, motion practice, and trial. Mr. Williams has litigated matters involving diverse technologies, including microprocessors, integrated circuits, anti-piracy software, instant messaging, optical disc drives, LTE telecommunications, Bluetooth technology, 3D printing, lithium-Ion batteries, and LED lighting systems.
Represented a complainant, a manufacturer of LED lighting systems for use in film and tv production, at the International Trade Commission. The ITC handed down its Final Initial Determination of infringement on September 7, 2012. On January 17, 2013, the ITC issued a General Exclusion Order (GEO) against respondents based in both China and the United States. Certain LED Photographic Lighting Devices and Components Thereof (337-TA-804). (Prior to joining Robins Kaplan)
Represented patentee Clear with Computers regarding a novel electronic proposal preparation invention and obtained an $11.5 million jury verdict. Affirmed on appeal. Clear with Computers v. Hyundai Motors of America, Inc., 6:09-cv-479 LED (E.D. Tex.). (Prior to joining Robins Kaplan)
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