• Washington University in St. Louis, J.D., 2020

  • Washington University in St. Louis, M.S., Electrical and Electronics Engineering, 2020

  • University of Miami, B.S., Biomedical Engineering, 2015

Admitted to Practice:

  • Pennsylvania - Not Registered to Practice (Registration Pending)

Jason joined CRK with the clear goal of learning patent prosecution strategy. His summer working at the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), where he assisted in drafting office actions and performing prior art searches, impressed him with the importance of attorneys needing to learn how to properly describe an innovation. At CRK, Jason has the opportunity to receive in-depth training to help him develop, while working on patent prosecution in a variety of fields, including the electrical, computer, medical device, and electro-mechanical fields.

The medical device / health field is particularly special to him. With degrees in both Biomedical and Electrical Engineering, Jason has always had a keen interest in that technology area. Moreover, he is fascinated with how innovative electronics can be implemented in healthcare to improve the quality of life for many patients. “It’s inspiring to watch a ground-breaking idea evolve into a real-world application that can potentially save a person’s life,” Jason notes.

Jason became interested in patent law as an undergraduate student. He likes working at CRK because of their deep bench in rapidly changing areas of innovation, such as telecommunications and medical devices. Moreover, Jason notes, “from the beginning, I’ve been impressed with the people – how accessible and helpful everyone is in the firm. Even starting my career during the quarantine, I’ve felt supported and part of the team from day one.” Jason is already working with a number of experienced CRK attorneys, and looks forward to learning from them.

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