Jason Heidemann is an associate in the Litigation practice of Paul Hastings and is based in the firm's Washington, D.C. office. Mr. Heidemann represents companies in federal court in intellectual property cases involving technologies such as video processing, wireless communications, computer-aided design and modeling, automotive components, and medical devices, many of which have been presented before both the International Trade Commission (ITC) and the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB). Mr. Heidemann has experience with numerous aspects of intellectual property litigation including drafting motions, Markman briefings, and preparing witnesses for trial. Mr. Heidemann has experience drafting inter partes review petitions for submission to the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). Mr. Heidemann also maintains an active pro bono practice, primarily representing veterans before the Board of Veterans Appeals.
Before entering private practice, Mr. Heidemann was a Primary Patent Examiner at the USPTO. In this role, he reviewed patent applications for technical and legal compliance. These patent applications involved technologies such as autonomous vehicles, robotics, medical imaging, image processing, and video compression. During his tenure at the USPTO, Mr. Heidemann also assisted an administrative patent judge at the PTAB with ex parte appeals and inter partes review proceedings.
While Mr. Heidemann was attending law school, he served as a research assistant to Dean John M. Whealan. He also interned for Judge Susan G. Braden of the United States Court of Federal Claims.
Mr. Heidemann earned his J.D. from The George Washington University Law School, where he graduated with high honors and was elected to the Order of the Coif. Mr. Heidemann received both the Peter D. Rosenberg Prize in Patent and Intellectual Property Law and the AIPLA Past Presidents Award for excellence in intellectual property academic studies.
Prior to attending law school, Mr. Heidemann earned his MS in Electrical Engineering at Pennsylvania State University and worked as an engineer at Northrop Grumman Corporation (NGC). At NGC, he obtained hands-on engineering experience designing and developing automatic target recognition (ATR) software to recognize targets or other objects based on data obtained from various sensors.
Prior to joining Paul Hastings, Mr. Heidemann was an associate at another international law firm.
Accolades and Recognitions
AIPLA Past Presidents Award for excellence in intellectual property academic studies in 2017
Peter D. Rosenberg Prize in Patent and Intellectual Property Law in 2017
George Washington University Law School, J.D., with High Honors, 2017
Penn State University, M.S., Electrical Engineering, 2006
Saginaw Valley State University, B.S., Computer Science (magna cum laude ), 2004
Saginaw Valley State University, B.S., Electrical Engineering (magna cum laude ), 2004
Co-author, "Supreme Court Says a Secret Sale Qualifies as Prior Art Under AIA," Lexology, January 30, 2019
American Intellectual Property Law Association
PTAB Bar Association
International Trade Commission Trial Lawyers Association
Align Technology, Inc. v. 3Shape - (Del.) Representing Align in several matters in the District Court of Delaware regarding intraoral scanning and Invisalign technology.
Certain Dental and Orthodontic Scanners and Software, 337-TA-1144 (ITC). Representing Align in a patent infringement case involving intraoral scanners and services, and CAD/CAM software.
Google LLC v. Jenam (PTAB). Representing Google in an IPR involving network transport protocols.
Google LLC v. Realtime Adaptive Streaming LLC (PTAB). Representing Google in multiple IPRs involving video compression.
Google LLC v. Uniloc 2017 LLC (PTAB). Representing Google in multiple IPRs involving video processing and wireless communications.
Google LLC v. Virentem Ventures, LLC d/b/a Enounce (PTAB). Representing Google in multiple IPRs involving digital media presentation.
Uber Technologies, Inc. v. Quartz Auto Technologies LLC (PTAB). Representing Uber in multiple IPRs involving Global Positioning Systems.