Mike Lavine has argued patent and trademark cases before the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC), Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB), and U.S. District Courts. He has participated in five trials: two at the International Trade Commission (ITC), two in U.S. District Courts, and one as first chair in an inter partes review (IPR) trial at the PTAB. Mike has led all aspects of IP litigation matters directed to various technologies such as video technology, digital displays, integrated circuits, cryptography, wireless communications, user interfaces, digital rights management, and medical device control.
Mike leads the e-discovery committee for Jones Day's San Francisco and Silicon Valley offices. He is a member of the American Bar Association and the Bar Association of San Francisco. Before practicing law, Mike was a Green Belt certified IT project manager at GE Corporate.
All or Nothing: Why the Supreme Court SAS Mandate Does not Eliminate the Shaw Safe Harbor, PTAB Litigation Blog
PTAB Considers Efficiency When Deciding Motions to Submit Supplemental Information, PTAB Litigation Blog
Publications Prior to Jones Day
CBM Review – The PTAB’s Evolving Scope Of Subject Matter Jurisdiction, Intellectual Property Magazine
New Testimony Evidence In IPR, CBM — Proceed With Caution, Law 360
- New York University (J.D. 2009); Syracuse University (B.S. in Computer Engineering 2001)
- California, New York, Connecticut, and registered to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office