Jennifer Librach Nall

Senior Associate

jennifer.nall@bakerbotts.com

Austin

P: +1.512.322.2507 F: +1.512.322.3607
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Jennifer Nall's principal practice area is intellectual property, with an emphasis on patent litigation and appeals in high-technology cases. Her litigation experience extends to all phases of pre-trial, trial, post-trial and appeal. She practices in front of numerous district courts, the Federal Circuit, the ITC, and the Supreme Court. Ms. Nall prepares and prosecutes patent applications, including integrated circuits, software, and mechanical devices. She also does transactional work in the high-tech sector, including software licensing.

After law school, Ms. Nall clerked for the Honorable Timothy B. Dyk of U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. Prior to law school, Ms. Nall worked as a processor designer at Intel Corporation in Portland, Oregon and in Austin, Texas.

Related Experience

  • Major computer equipment manufacturer – preparation and prosecution of patent applications, litigation defense, ITC litigation defense
  • Website (W.D. Texas) - assisted with the representation of a subsidiary of a major broadcaster in a patent infringement litigation regarding the right to broadcast and display real-time game updates to fans over the Internet; jury returned a take nothing verdict of non-infringement, invalidity and inequitable conduct following a two-week trial
  • TV Tuner Chips (S.D. California) - Lead associate from pre-answer to claim construction, in the representation of a fabless semiconductor defendant in a patent litigation involving a major competitor in the TV tuner technology; case settled favorably
  • In-Store Advertising (Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit) - assisted with the appellate briefing and with oral argument preparation for an appeal involving in-store advertising technologies; judgment of non-infringement was affirmed
  • Personal Computers (Delaware) - assisted with the representation of two major computer manufacturer defendants in a patent litigation involving ACPI, PCI-Express Bus, video compression and ExpressCard technologies
  • Website (W.D. Texas) - assisted with the representation three major sports leagues in a patent infringement litigation regarding game simulation technology; matter was resolved shortly after the Markman hearing

Pro Bono

  • Pro Bono (Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims) - represented veteran before the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims: government conceded error in denial of benefits end agreed to remand case for further proceedings
  • Pro Bono (Austin) - served as City of Austin “Prosecutor on Loan”; tried two criminal misdemeanor cases to a jury and received guilty verdicts in both cases
  • Pro Bono (Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims) - granted appeal on behalf of homeless veteran that challenged the amount of an alleged debt to the VA and requested that the VA waive that debt based on hardship; the VA denied veteran's request based on alleged procedural defects; the appellate court found for veteran, and ordered the VA to substantively consider veteran's request for waiver and address the challenge to the amount of the debt on remand

Awards & Community

Recognized as a Texas Super Lawyer-Rising Star (Thomson Reuters), 2017

Law clerk to The Honorable Timothy B. Dyk, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, 2008-2009

Intern to The Honorable Lee Yeakel, Federal District Court Judge for the W.D. of Texas, 2007

News

Publications, Speeches & Presentations

In re Cuozzo

Speeches & Presentations

AIPLA Patent Law Committee, Hot Topics Programs Subcommittee Teleconference

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