Jesse T. Dyer concentrates his practice on representing Fortune 500 clients in patent litigation matters across the United States. Jesse also represents both petitioners and patent owners in inter partes review and post-grant review proceedings. While Jesse has a background in chemical engineering, he has experience with a variety of technologies ranging from medical devices and biologics to telecommunications and automotive products. Jesse also works on pro bono immigration cases.
Jesse has experience in many phases of patent litigation, including developing pre-litigation strategies, managing discovery, conducting depositions, and drafting pleadings, motions, and claim construction briefs. He has been involved in inter partes and post-grant review proceedings before the USPTO involving the chemical and electronic arts. Jesse has experience drafting both inter partes review petitions and patent owner preliminary responses. He also counsels clients regarding trademark, trade dress, and copyright protection strategies. Additionally, Jesse has experience prosecuting trademark and copyright applications, providing trademark clearance opinions, and drafting cease and desist letters.
Jesse is firmly committed to his pro bono practice and has successfully represented women seeking asylum in the US through the National Immigrant Justice Center and a plaintiff in a Section 1983 case. He has also supported the Tree House Humane Society by fostering animals in his home.
Before joining Morgan Lewis, Jesse was an associate with a large intellectual property law boutique in Chicago, where he was a member of the associate development committee.
DePaul University College of Law, 2012, J.D., magna cum laude
Purdue University, 2004, B.S., Chemical Engineering
US District Court for the Northern District of Illinois