Jason E. Stach
Jason Stach practices all aspects of patent law, with an emphasis on litigation in district courts and at the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC). Mr. Stach also has experience with client counseling and patent prosecution, with recent work focusing on patent reexamination. He concentrates in the areas of electrical, computer, and software technologies, but has also addressed chemical, pharmaceutical, and mechanical issues. He has also represented veterans of military service before the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims on a pro bono basis.
- Represented patentee Rambus against nVidia, Hewlett-Packard, and fifteen other respondents in an action at the ITC. After a full evidentiary hearing, the administrative law judge and the Commission found that all accused products infringed Rambus' patents, issued exclusion orders barring importation of the accused products by all respondents, and issued cease-and-desist orders against those respondents with inventory in the United States.
- Represented flash drive seller in a patent infringement action in the E.D. Texas. It was the first known patent infringement case where the plaintiff was a Chinese company suing on a U.S. patent. The case settled favorably.
- Counseled a client entering a new business regarding protecting its new intellectual property while minimizing risks from the intellectual property of others.
- Represented clients in cases filed throughout the country, including the N.D. Illinois, D. Delaware, N.D. Georgia, and E.D. Texas.
- Selected as a Rising Star by Georgia Super Lawyers, 2013.
- Recipient of the ABA/BNA Award for Excellence in Intellectual Property, 2003.
- Atlanta Intellectual Property American Inn of Court
- American Bar Association (Intellectual Property Section)
- State Bar of Georgia (Intellectual Property Section)
- Coauthor. "Interrogatories," Business and Commercial Litigation in Federal Courts, 2008-present.