Cameron LLP Expands Intellectual Property Law Capabilities with Addition of Thomas H. Jackson as Patent Practice Group Leader
Cameron LLP announced today that Thomas H. Jackson has joined the firm as Partner and Patent Practice Group Leader based in Washington, DC.
Mr. Jackson brings a wealth of intellectual property law experience to Cameron LLP. He has been in private practice for over 20 years representing domestic and foreign clients in U.S. and international patent prosecution and litigation matters. Earlier in his career, Mr. Jackson served as in-house patent counsel at Siemens USA, AT&T and Bell Telephone Laboratories.
Mr. Jackson has drafted and prosecuted hundreds of patents to issue in the field of electrical, electronic and computer arts including special concentrations in telecommunications and converging television technologies, and medical and optical devices. He is also an experienced litigator having represented patent owners as plaintiffs and defendants in patent cases.
In his role as Patent Practice Group Leader at Cameron LLP, Mr. Jackson will be supervising a team of patent attorneys with a wide range of technical experience drafting and prosecuting patent applications.
Mr. Jackson is a co-author of Telecommunications Client Strategies, Thomson Reuters/Aspatore, 2008. He also is fluent in both German and French.
Mr. Jackson holds a BS degree in Electrical Engineering from University of Pennsylvania, an MEA degree in Engineering Administration from George Washington University and a JD from Seton Hall University.
Founded in 1972, Cameron LLP is an innovative and forward-looking law firm headquartered in Washington, DC. The firm provides legal services to U.S. and international clients in a broad range of practice specialties. For more information about Cameron LLP please see our web site at www.cameronllp.com.