Mr. Wejnert concentrates his practice on licensing, patent preparation, prosecution and litigation for complex technologies, including Internet and wireless technologies, telecommunications, medical device, blockchain, semiconductors, MEMs, chip microarchitecture, software, hardware and database systems. Jason has advised and represented clients in complex matters involving patents, trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets, technology licensing, employment contracts, non-compete agreements, customs and importation, and more, on behalf of clients ranging from small businesses to multi-national corporations.
Jason has over nine years engineering experience in semiconductor manufacturing, failure analysis, yield enhancement and medical device and rocketry circuitry troubleshooting. He worked at Intel, Medtronic, Motorola and Boeing as a process engineer and failure analysis engineer.
- Cloud Services Indemnification – Promises and Pitfalls, IP Watchdog, Oct. 1, 2017
- 5 Hidden Pitfalls in Cybersecurity Due Diligence, Corporate Compliance Insights, Aug.23, 2017
- Waymo v. Uber: a Gordian Knot Gets Tighter, IP Watchdog, June 15, 2017
- K. Eric Drexler with Jason Wejnert, Nanotechnology and Policy, 45 Jurimetrics J. 1-22 (2004)
- Jason Wejnert, Regulatory Mechanisms for Molecular Nanotechnology, 44 JurimetricsJ.323 (2004)
- Jason Wejnert, Note, Utah v. Evans and Statistical Methodologies in CensusApportionment Calculations, 43 Jurimetrics J. 441-453 (2003)
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