Jared focuses his practice on patent prosecution and intellectual property litigation. For the past 13 years, Jared has worked in various capacities with clients to develop and protect their intellectual property rights. During that time, Jared has assisted his clients in developing, managing, and exploiting patent portfolios; preparing and prosecuting patent applications for complex electronics and computer inventions; and litigating intellectual property disputes involving patents, trademarks, and trade secrets. Jared has represented his clients in proceedings before the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals, District Courts throughout the country, and in proceedings before the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Prior to becoming an attorney, Jared worked as a paralegal for four years while completing his undergraduate degree and worked for two years as a patent agent while completing his law degree.
|MI||Active And In Good Standing||2016||06/27/2022|
|Partner||Phillips Ryther & Winchester||2012 - Present|
|Attorney||Stoel Rives||2008 - 2012|
|Paralegal||Howard Phillips & Andersen||2002 - 2007|
|Understanding Patent Reform Implications||Understanding Patent Reform Implications||2009|
|Patent Resources Group (PRG) publication||Patent Reexamination and Reissue Practice||2009|
|Business Connect Magazine||An End to Business Methods Patents?||2008|
|Utah Law Review||No Third-Party Negligence for Furnishing Alcoholic Beverages||2005|
|University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law||JD||2007|
|University of Utah||BS - Bachelor of Science||2004|
|The Busy Attorney's Toolkit to "Mobile" Success||Leveraging Technology in the Practice of Law||2013|
|Foreign Patent Strategies: Protecting Software Abroad||Foreign Patent Strategies: Protecting Software Abroad||2010|
|Spellbinders v. QuicKutz||Patent held invalid for inequitable conduct; defendant prevailed on motion for terminating sanctions based on Plaintiffs' litigation misconduct; plaintiff ordered to pay all attorney fees incurred by defendant|
|Atlas Copco AB v. ATLASCOPCOIRAN.COM, et al.||Plaintiff prevailed on summary judgment. The court ordered that phishing website be shutdown and the infringing domain names transferred to the plaintiff|
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