Jordan Cox is an associate in the Orange County office. His practice includes patent prosecution, patent litigation, and due diligence. He also works with clients to further develop a strategy to create untapped value from existing technologies.
Mr. Cox received his J.D. from the Georgetown University Law Center. At Georgetown, Mr. Cox served on the Georgetown Journal of Law & Public Policy. Before coming to law school, Mr. Cox double-majored in Physics and German Studies at Brigham Young University where he graduated with honors.
As a Fulbright Scholar, Mr. Cox investigated phase transitions occurring on the order of femtoseconds in ammonium sulphate crystals with time-resolved x-rays and third-harmonic laser pulses using a pump-probe method.
Mr. Cox worked as a summer associate in 2014 before joining the firm as an associate in 2015.
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Georgetown University Law Center, J.D.
Brigham Young University, B.S., Physics and German Studies, Minors in Mathematics and Philosophy
University of Nevada – Las Vegas, M.Ed., Secondary Education, Teach for America
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
Fiber Optic Networks
Electrical, Semiconductor & Computer Technology
Electronics & Semiconductors
Healthcare Information Technology
Software & IT
Financial Services & Business Methods
Blockchain & Smart Contracts
Media, Advertising & Entertainment
Medical Devices & Procedures
AI & Machine Learning
Catheters & Probes
Drug Eluting & Drug Delivery Devices
Glucose Monitoring & Insulin Infusion
Minimally Invasive & Endoscopic Procedures
Transportation & Vehicles
Aerospace & Space Technology
Electronics (Audio / Video, Communication, Navigation, Security)
Filters (Air, Fuel, Oil)
Personal Motorized Recreation Vehicles (ATVs, Snow Vehicles, Personal Watercraft)
Tires & Wheels
Global Portfolio Management
IP Transactions and Agreements
Patent Strategy & Prosecution
U.S. Patent Prosecution