Jade Chen is a member of the IP Litigation practice group in the Seattle office. She focuses her practice on patent litigation and counseling. Jade has represented clients across a variety of industries, including ecommerce, pharmaceuticals, and computer and consumer electronics industries. Jade advises clients in various stages of litigation, from initial pleadings, discovery, claim construction proceedings, through preparation for dispositive motions and trials. She also assists clients with pre-suit case assessment and alternative dispute resolution to effectively and efficiently address patent disputes.
In addition to patent cases, Jade also has experience counseling clients on copyright and trademark litigations, as well as disputes involving IP and confidentiality contracts, false advertising and unfair competition. Jade has also participated in pro bono cases assisting clients with trademark prosecution and deterring misuse of name and likeness.
Additionally, Jade advises clients on IP-related transactions and legal matters. Jade has represented clients in technology transfer, licensing negotiations and due diligence. Jade has also counseled on IP issues associated with mergers and acquisitions. In addition, Jade assists clients with managing their IP portfolios, developing IP strategies, and protecting confidential information and data.
Prior to joining the firm, Jade was an associate with a multinational law firm in New York City. She also practiced at another multinational law firm in Taipei. Additionally, Jade served as legal counsel for a scientific research institution.
- Co-author, “A Sea Change for Patent Plaintiffs in Texas,” New Jersey Law Journal, September 2022