Jason Charkow is of counsel in the firm’s New York office who concentrates his practice in patent law. Mr. Charkow’s practice focuses on patent litigation, client counseling, and patent prosecution.
He has been involved in litigations dealing with pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, chemicals, telecommunications, and computer networks.
Representative cases include:
- JAJAH, Inc. v. Stanacard, LLC (telephone systems - ND California)
- Stanacard, LLC v. Rebtel AB, et al. (telephone systems - SD New York)
- Level 3 Communications v. Limelight Networks, Inc (content delivery – ED Virginia)
- Voxpath Networks, Inc. v. Verizon, et al. (Internet telephone systems – ED Texas)
- Red River Fiber Optic Corporation v. Verizon, et al. (fiber optic systems – ED Texas)
- Verizon v. Vonage, et al. (Internet telephone systems – ED Virginia)
- C2 Communications v. AT&T, et al. (Internet telephone systems – ED Texas)
- Eli Lilly & Co. v. Barr Laboratories, Inc. (pharmaceuticals - SD Indiana)
- S.O.I.TEC et al. v. MEMC Electronic Materials, Inc. (silicon wafers - Delaware)
- MEMC Electronic Materials, Inc. v. S.O.I.TEC et al. (silicon wafers - Delaware)
- Mylan Pharmaceuticals, et al. v. Schwarz Pharma. et al. (pharmaceuticals - Delaware)
Mr. Charkow has also advised clients on a variety of intellectual property issues, including the negotiation and purchase of patents and the patentability of new products.
Mr. Charkow has drafted clearance and invalidity opinions for clients prior to the introduction of new products into the marketplace. He also has prosecuted utility and design patents in the United States and throughout the world pertaining to spinal implants, medical devices, writing instruments, and gemstones.