Jason E. Gettleman brings an electrical and computer engineering background to his services, which focus on patent procurement and patent litigation in the electrical and mechanical arts. Prior to attending law school, Jason was an associate design engineer with a major New York engineering consulting firm, where he designed copper and fiber telecommunications systems. As a design engineer, he worked on the Phoenix Project, the name given to the reconstruction of the Pentagon after the September 11, 2001, attacks.
Jason spent three years in the Morgan Lewis Tokyo office where he assisted Japanese clients with US intellectual property matters, including patent litigation support. He also counseled US companies on Japan-related IP matters. During his time in Tokyo, Jason frequently lectured Japanese clients on US intellectual property rights.
Rutgers University, 2001, B.S., With Honors
Seton Hall University School of Law, 2005, J.D.
District of Columbia
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
Awards and Affiliations
Member, Practice Group of the Year, Intellectual Property, Law360 (2019)
Member, Litigation Department of the Year–Intellectual Property, The American Lawyer (2019)
Recommended, Intellectual property: Patents: litigation (full coverage), The Legal 500 US (2019)
Recommended, Intellectual property: Patents: prosecution (including re-examination and post-grant proceedings), The Legal 500 US (2019)
Executive Board Member, Seton Hall University Intellectual Property Law Association