Jeremy Taylor’s practice focuses primarily on complex patent litigation in the areas of communications technologies, networking, signal processing, software, semiconductors, Internet technologies, and mechanical design. He is experienced in all aspects of litigation from pre-filing investigations and strategy through jury verdicts and appeal.
Jeremy helps clients by developing an understanding of each client’s business needs and then developing and executing a litigation strategy to match. He has helped clients in a variety of ways, including through early settlement, jury verdicts following complex, multi-jurisdictional litigation, and through post-verdict motions and subsequent appeals. Jeremy has been part of many trial teams on behalf of clients and has helped clients at the Federal Circuit on emerging issues in the areas of standards-essential patents and F/RAND licensing.
Prior to law school, Jeremy worked as an engineer analyzing and solving problems in the areas of heat transfer, vibration isolation, industrial design, signal processing, microwave synthesis, circuit layout and design, software development, and manufacturing.