Patent litigation, patent prosecution and appellate litigation
Jeff Quilici works on a range of intellectual property matters, focusing primarily on patent litigation, patent prosecution and appellate litigation. Mr. Quilici has a background in electrical engineering and technical experience in digital hardware design, software development and computer network architecture. He has assisted in the representation of clients in a variety of technological fields, including wireless communications, networking, computer systems, encryption, seismic imaging and food additives.
Mr. Quilici served as a judicial clerk to the Honorable Neil M. Gorsuch of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit.
Prior to joining Baker Botts, Mr. Quilici worked as a software engineer at Silicon Graphics, Inc. and as a lead engineer and engineering manager at Liberate Technologies, Inc.
- Large electronics company — development of noninfringement and invalidity defenses to competitor’s infringement assertions; assistance with reexamination proceedings and expert witness preparation; drafting and prosecution of patents related to networking, computer systems and encryption
- Large network communications company — drafting and prosecution of patents related to high-speed digital communications
- Large oil and gas company — prosecution and drafting of patents related to sensor systems and seismic signal processing
- Agribusiness company — assistance with preparation of reexamination petitions to challenge competitor’s patents related to food additives
Publications, Speeches and Presentations
- “Microsoft Corp. v. DataTern, Inc.: Suppliers’ Standing To Bring A Declaratory Judgment Action Based On Customer Suits,” Baker Botts Intellectual Property Report, June 2014