Provided by Louis Norwood Jameson
Mr. Jameson is chair of the firm’s Intellectual Property Practice Group. He practices in the area of intellectual property law and litigation with particular emphasis on patent litigation. Mr. Jameson also litigates a broad range of intellectual property disputes, including trademark and trade dress litigation, copyright litigation and false advertising disputes. Mr. Jameson has represented several well-known companies in complex patent litigation involving such technologies as fiber optics communications, cyber security technology, semiconductors, cable television technology, Internet technology, online banking transactions, MPEG decoding technology, telecommunications and computer hardware and software applications. He likewise has had lead responsibility for trademark and false advertising litigation for Fortune 500 companies, and anti-counterfeiting activities surrounding the 1996 Summer Olympic Games.
Duane Morris LLP: Partner, 2002-present; King & Spalding, Atlanta, Georgia: Partner, 1996-2002, Associate, 1988-1995
American Bar Association; State Bar of Georgia; Atlanta Bar Association; International Trademark Association
University of Georgia School of Law, J.D., magna cum laude, 1988; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, B.A., Economics, 1984