Jack Shaw

Jack Shaw, Associate, Mayer Brown LLP

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Listed in Intellectual Property Litigation, Patent Litigation

email: jshaw@mayerbrown.com

Law School: Washington University School of Law, JD 2010 Primary Editor, Washington University Global Studies Law Review

School: University of Toronto 2006 BS, Electrical Engineering with honor standing

State/Provincial Admissions: New York (2011)

Other Admissions: US Patent and Trademark Office

Languages: English, French, Cantonese, Mandarin

Jack Shaw is an associate in the Intellectual Property practice at Mayer Brown. His practice focuses on patents.

Jack’s patent litigation experience spans a wide range of technologies, including electrical engineering and computer technologies, medical equipments, mechanical technologies, printer technologies, software, and online technologies. His experience also includes patent prosecution, and due diligence work involving technology and intellectual property issues.

During law school, Jack served as an assistant law clerk for the Honorable David D. Noce, Magistrate Judge, United States District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri, for one semester. Jack also received the CALI Excellence for the Future Award in Intellectual Property Licensing & Technology Transfer Planning & Drafting.

Prior to his career as an attorney, Jack was a product engineer at a large high-tech company in Mountain View, California. Furthermore, Jack worked as a research assistant at a photonics laboratory at the University of Toronto. Before joining Mayer Brown, Jack was an associate at another general-practice law firm, and also a summer associate at a large intellectual property law firm.

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