Jason Gonder works tirelessly to lead technology clients—from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies—through all stages of litigation, from pre-suit investigations to appeals. Clients trust him to help achieve their business goals with minimal burden and cost.
Jason has tackled an array of IP issues in a variety of settings. He has argued a patent case in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. He has examined witnesses in an International Trade Commission trade secret trial. And, he has prosecuted, enforced, and defended trademarks in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
Jason represents both IP owners and accused infringers. This gives him a unique perspective that helps him craft and execute winning case strategies and creative solutions.
Having practiced in New York, the world’s financial capital, and Silicon Valley, the world’s technology capital, Jason is adept at handling IP issues on diverse products, from financial services to semiconductor chips. A math and science buff turned linguist, he excels at simplifying complex technology.
Jason is a dedicated champion of community service. He served in the inaugural class of the National Civilian Community Corps. There, he unearthed artifacts from the first Spanish settlement on the West Coast, tutored ESL students, and painted murals at needy schools. He also served as a Volunteer in Service to America (VISTA). As a VISTA, he manually coded a farmworker nonprofit’s first website and provided other technical support. He has helped indigent immigrants remedy wage-and-hour violations and has represented pro bono clients on veteran, family, and criminal matters.