Christopher J. Siebens
Christopher Siebens practices patent litigation before the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) and U.S. district courts. His litigation experience includes assisting with trial and witness preparation, drafting motions, taking depositions, handling discovery, and conducting legal research. Mr. Siebens also practices patent prosecution, and has prepared and prosecuted U.S. patent applications at various stages, including reexaminations.
Mr. Siebens focuses on all areas of computer technology, including computer software and architecture, Internet services, and business methods. His technical background in the areas of electrical technology includes digital signal processing, wireless communications, and solid-state devices.
While in law school, Mr. Siebens worked at Finnegan as a summer associate, where he drafted patent applications and assisted in litigation matters before federal district courts.
- Certain Polyimide Films, Products Containing Same, and Related Methods, 337-TA-772 (ITC). Member of litigation team representing SKC Kolon PI, Inc. and SKC Corp. in ITC action relating to polyimide films and associated manufacturing methods.
- Represents disabled American veterans on a pro bono basis before the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims.
- Served on the managing board of the Virginia Journal of Law and Technology, 2009-2011; articles editor, 2009-2010; executive editor, 2010-2011.
- Worked at the University of Virginia Patent Foundation as a legal intern, focusing on patent prosecution and licensing matters, 2010.
- Worked at Kimberly-Clark Corporation as an electrical engineering intern, gaining experience in assembly-line processes and schematic design, 2006.
- American Intellectual Property Law Association
- National Asian Pacific American Bar Association
- Virginia Bar Association
- "Divergent Approaches to File-Sharing Enforcement in the United States and Japan," Virginia Journal of International Law, Spring 2011.