Jason Choy has been litigating high-stakes patent infringement disputes for more than a decade. During that time, he has contributed to two trial wins for defendants in the Eastern District of Texas (Marshall and Sherman) and nine and 10-digit jury verdicts for plaintiffs in the Southern District of California. He has also managed cases through discovery, motion practice and appeal. Mr. Choy has represented companies in patent disputes involving a diverse range of technologies, including semiconductors, computer security software, financial services, medical devices, networking hardware and telecommunications equipment.
Mr. Choy's pro bono practice includes appeals to the Ninth Circuit and the Board of Immigration Appeals.
- Trial counsel in five jury trials, including two verdicts for plaintiffs in the Southern District of California and two defense verdicts in the Eastern District of Texas (Marshall and Sherman)
- Drove resolution of multiple cases for defendants in the Eastern District of Texas at nuisance value
- Second-chaired complex lost profits case for a medical device company; jury awarded $101.2 million, including lost profits
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JD, University of Pennsylvania Law School, 2005
Articles & Comments Editor, Journal of International Economic Law
BA, Yale University, 1999