Jason Freeck is an associate in the Chicago office and a member of the IP procurement and portfolio management practice group.
Jason focuses on patent-related matters and has experience drafting, prosecuting, and analyzing patent applications involving technologies such as vehicle telematics, network traffic routing, database technologies, virtual machines, RF transmissions, control systems, business methods, pet systems, flow conditioning, and electromechanical devices. He also has experience performing intellectual property due diligence, freedom to operate, patentability, invalidity, non-infringement, and infringement analyses. Prior to that, he was an IP law clerk and summer associate at a Chicago-based intellectual property law firm.
During law school, Jason was an IP law clerk and summer associate in the Chicago office of K&L Gates. Prior to that, he was an IP law clerk and summer associate at an IP boutique.
Before law school, Jason received a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and a B.S. in General Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. While attending the University of Illinois, he worked at State Farm, where he developed software relating to machine learning platforms, vehicle telematics, and mobile phone applications. Jason also developed software to automate water pump testing and worked on a student design team that received an EPA grant to research novel water filtration techniques.
- “Trade Secret Protection for AI Inventions (Part 2),” startup-together.com, 2019
- “Trade Secret Protection for AI Inventions (Part 1),” startup-together.com, 2019