Through authoring publications on evolving legal issues, Jafon Fearson brings forward-focused experience to his practice, which includes patent prosecution and litigation.
Jafon has been involved in patent litigation proceedings before federal district courts, the patent office in post-grant review, and the federal circuit. Jafon’s litigation experience includes drafting pleadings for claim construction and invalidity issues, along with drafting discovery requests and responses, motions, and pleadings. Jafon’s prosecution experience includes responding to Office Actions from the patent office and conducting patentability evaluations.
Jafon has received multiple scholarships and awards, and gained an abundance of experience in legal research and persuasive writing while in law school.While working as a research assistant to Professor Dennis Crouch, he investigated the concepts of the unpatentable "abstract idea" and the "reasonable certainty" standard, along with co-authoring an article with Crouch for the ABA's Preview of U.S. Supreme Court Cases on attorney fees. Jafon was also published in the Fall 2015 edition of the Journal of Environmental & Sustainability Law, and served as president of the Association of Intellectual Property and Entertainment Law.