Levent Hergüner represents clients in a wide range of intellectual property matters, with a particular focus on patent litigation and patent prosecution. His experience includes drafting motions and briefs, developing noninfringement positions and invalidity contentions, working with technical experts to prepare reports and declarations, and managing fact discovery materials.
Levent has worked on cases that involve various technologies, including computer software, databases, semiconductors, oscilloscopes, and LEDs. He also has experience with cybersecurity and data privacy matters, including drafting data privacy agreements, assisting with incident response, and researching compliance with global data protection regulations. Levent is a regular contributor to Jones Day's ITC Blog and PTAB Litigation Blog.
Prior to joining Jones Day, Levent completed internships at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and the Federal Trade Commission.
- The George Washington University (J.D. 2018; Law Review); Lehigh University (B.S. in Computer Science/Engineering 2015)
- Admitted in New York; not admitted in District of Columbia; supervised by a licensed D.C. Bar Member
- Intern, Office of Acting Chairman Maureen K. Ohlhausen, U.S. Federal Trade Commission (Spring 2018); Extern, U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (Summer 2016)