Jeremy Anapol focuses on patent litigation and inter partes review (IPR) proceedings involving computer hardware and software. He has successfully represented plaintiffs and defendants in cases throughout the country. For defendants, Jeremy’s litigation teams have invalidated numerous patents in cases before trial courts, the Patent Office, the Federal Circuit, and the Supreme Court. For plaintiffs, Jeremy’s teams have secured multi-million dollar recoveries by settlement, arbitration award, and jury verdict. The Experience section below highlights several of these successes.
Jeremy’s cases have focused on a variety of technologies including computer security, natural language processing, microphone arrays, ecommerce, wireless locks, magnetic resonance imaging, and non-invasive monitoring of blood constituents. He has also assisted with the preparation and prosecution of numerous patents involving video compression, voice recognition, audio signal processing, wireless asset tracking, data mining, and cloud computing.
Before joining the firm in 2012, Jeremy worked as a software engineer developing web applications. During law school, he spent a semester working for the Honorable R. Gary Klausner at the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California.
University of California – Los Angeles (UCLA), J.D.
University of California – Berkeley (CAL), B.S., Electrical Engineering & Computer Science
State Bar of California
Electrical, Semiconductor & Computer Technology
Electronics & Semiconductors
Healthcare Information Technology
Software & IT
Financial Services & Business Methods
Blockchain & Smart Contracts
Cryptocurrency & Encryption
Licensing & Indemnification
Medical Devices & Procedures
AI & Machine Learning
Transportation & Vehicles
Electronics (Audio / Video, Communication, Navigation, Security)
Antitrust & Competition Litigation
Covered Business Method (CBM)
Inter Partes Review (IPR)
Patent Trial & Appeal Board (PTAB) Litigation
PostGrant Review (PGR)
American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA)
Orange County Intellectual Property Law Association (OCIPLA)