Jerry C. Harris, Jr.
JERRY C. HARRIS, JR. - Shareholder/Director
Mr. Harris practices all aspects of intellectual property, with a specialization in patent law. His patent practice expertise includes invalidity opinions, non-infringement opinions, freedom to operate opinions, domestic and foreign patent preparation and prosecution, and client counseling related to patent issues. Mr. Harris’s experience spans such diverse arts as polymer compositions, catalysts, and processing; pharmaceutical compositions and methods of treatment; petroleum exploration and refining; computer software, frameworks, and methods; mechanical devices, including oilfield tools, electromechanical devices, and medical devices; and business methods. Mr. Harris has also provided negotiation and counseling services as an N.F.L.P.A. registered contract advisor.
Prior to joining the Firm, Mr. Harris worked as a litigator for the Wilmington, Delaware firm, Morris, Nichols, Arsht, and Tunnell, LLP, where he participated in numerous patent litigation matters concerning the representation of both patentees and alleged infringers. Mr. Harris also actively represented boards of directors, special committees, and shareholders of Delaware corporations in litigation involving direct and derivative shareholder actions, challenges to corporate control, and other actions involving the Delaware General Corporation Law.
Mr. Harris is a member of the Texas State Bar, the Delaware State Bar, and is admitted to practice before the United States District Court for the District of Delaware and the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. Mr. Harris is also registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
J.D., cum laude, 2002
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