Jack’s practice focuses on intellectual property litigation. He works in all aspects of the litigation process, including drafting motions, deposing witnesses, developing case strategy, managing discovery and preparing witnesses. 

Jack has an undergraduate degree in chemical engineering, which allows him to assist clients in a wide array of technological and scientific industries. Throughout his education and experience, Jack has learned the skills necessary to both research and analyze complicated concepts to fully understand the problems his clients may face. His specific training in advocacy helped earn him the Judge L. F. Cottey Advocacy Award, and Jack is able to translate complicated concepts into meaningful results for his clients. This is true whether it is oral or written advocacy. 

Jack is someone who has the technical knowledge needed to solve clients’ most pressing and difficult intellectual property issues, paired with a passion for navigating clients through the complexities of litigation.