Jack Shaw’s practice primarily focuses on intellectual property and commercial litigation. Jack frequently assists industry-leading companies, including Google, Motorola, LG, Samsung and ASUS, in resolving their high-stakes disputes. Jack has litigated cases in district courts and before the International Trade Commission, and is registered to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
Jack has experience in fact and expert discovery, claim construction, motion practice, and trial. Jack’s technical experience has involved a variety of technologies, including electrical engineering, consumer electronics, semiconductors, telecommunications, network, medical, mechanical engineering, software, and mobile app technologies. Jack also has experience with copyright, unfair competition, trade secret, and other commercial dispute matters.
Prior to his career as an attorney, Jack was trained in electrical engineering and worked as a product engineer at a large high-tech company. Additionally, Jack worked as a research assistant at a photonics laboratory.
Jack is co-chair of the IP Committee of the Asian Pacific American Bar Association of Silicon Valley.
Jack is fluent in Mandarin and Cantonese Chinese, as well as French.
- Google, Motorola, LG, Samsung, and ASUS in a patent infringement case alleging Android-based smartphones and wearables infringed a device security patent. Kasowitz won a motion to transfer venue, from the Eastern District of Texas to the Northern District of California, following a one-day evidentiary hearing on behalf of all clients.
- China-based high-tech, consumer product, and medical device companies in various IP and commercial dispute matters, including several ITC investigations and district court cases.
- Industry-leading mobile app companies in various intellectual property matters.
- ASUS in patent infringement matters involving telecommunications and computer technologies.
- U.S. semiconductor companies in various patent infringement matters.
- A large electronics product company in a patent infringement matter involving scanner technologies.
- A major European medical device company in various patent infringement matters.