Jacob Rothenberg is an associate in the Firm's Intellectual Property Group, where his work focuses on intellectual property litigation in both district courts and the International Trade Commission. Jacob has experience working with a variety of technologies, including nanofabrication, integrated circuits, semiconductor and optoelectronic devices, and telecommunications.
Jacob attended the George Washington University Law School, where he interned with the Intellectual Property Section of the Department of Justice. Prior to law school, Jacob worked at Brookhaven National Laboratory, where he published work on photonic devices and optical communications. Jacob also holds an MS degree in electrical engineering from Columbia University.
In the Matter of Certain Filament Light Emitting Diodes and Products Containing Same, Inv. No. 337-TA-1172. Counsel defending Walmart against Regents of the University of California's patent infringement claims relating to filament LEDs.
In the Matter of Certain Smart Thermostats, Smart HVAC Systems and Components Thereof, Inv. No. 337-TA-1185. Counsel defending Google in patent case relating to Nest thermostats.
EcoFactor, Inc. v. Google LLC. (WDTX). Counsel for Google in patent case relating to Nest thermostats.
MRED v. Panasonic Corporation et al. (EDTX). Counsel for Panasonic in a patent case relating to testing of semiconductor chips.