Jason Fischer is of counsel to the firm, and his practice is focused on intellectual property protection. With a solid background in computer science, Jason is able to assist clients with understanding the complicated landscape of copyrights, trademarks, and trade secrets, as they relate to software applications, website development, hardware innovations, or any media properties developed for public consumption. Along with protecting virtual or intangible assets, he helps clients explore appropriate licensing strategies to generate profit from them. Jason is a registered patent attorney and a member of the Florida and California Bars.
Jason graduated magna cum laude from Barry University School of Law, where he served as business editor for the law review and received awards for attaining the highest grades in his Evidence, Business Organizations, Copyright Law and Trademark Law courses.
Articles by Jason Fischer:
9th Circuit: Consumer Sophistication is an important determinant for AdWord bidding cases
Crackdown on Live Streaming of Sporting Events
Good News; Racism Solved
Latest Filing from Wolk Connects the Dots Between Incest and Banking Policy
Being a douche nozzle is no way to keep clients
Google to Internet Users: “All Your Angry Comments Are Belong to Us”
Lamebook, We Support You!
Goddamnit, California, when are you gonna learn?
Limewire Shutdown Over Copyright Issues
News Flash: L.A. Times Prints Whiney Panic Piece
“The Contours of Actual Malice” or “Rand Paul Learns About Tabloid Journalism”
The Legal Satyricon Hits the Road