Jamie R. Lynn’s practice focuses on complex patent litigation in the areas of software, satellite communications, set-top box technology, IC power management, semiconductor design and manufacture, databases, and data warehousing. His experience ranges from pre-filing investigation all the way through appeal. He regularly appears in front of numerous district courts, the International Trade Commission, and the Federal Circuit. He has also counseled clients and prosecuted patent applications in many fields, including: credit card payment systems, printing systems, cloud computing, Time Encoding Machines (specialized Analog-to-Digital converters), augmented reality systems, and semiconductor manufacturing.
Jamie approaches each case by first understanding his client's business needs and then developing and executing a strategy that fits the client. He has represented clients with different goals and different needs. Some clients want to posture for early settlement, while others want to challenge the patent at the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) or focus on the case at the Markman stage. Yet others prefer to take the case to a jury verdict and appeal, if necessary. Representing both plaintiffs and defendants, Jamie has led many trial teams and effectuated all of these strategies.
Jamie also commits substantial efforts to pro bono work for various Innocence Projects. His cases frequently involve challenging convictions for arson murder that were based on long-held, but now debunked, fire science.
Prior to law school, Jamie worked as a software engineer on the unicast satellite distribution platform of a digital media distribution and management company that serviced the television, news, and entertainment industries.