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. She has litigated cases concerning power management, circuit design of analog and digital devices, video compression, NFC (near-filed communication), and real-time updates of live games in website game simulations.
Ms. Nall also 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.
Ms. Nall is an original and current member of Judge Alan Albrights Western District of Texas attorney advisory panel. She is currently Chair of the Amicus Committee of the American Intellectual Property Law Association, where she leads the group that advises which cases AIPLA should submit amici briefs to the Supreme Court and Federal Circuit. She is a Past President of the Austin Intellectual Property Law Association and a past Chair of the Patent Litigation Committee of the American Intellectual Property Law Association.
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 where her work involved timing optimization, clocking, and fuse design.