Justin Lee

Justin Lee's practice focuses on patent litigation disputes in the semiconductor, telecommunications, software, and video game sectors. His practice involves technologies such as semiconductor design and packaging for DRAMs, flash and power products. EDA tools. 3D sensors. lip synching. telecommunications infrastructure. and optical MEMS routing. Justin has experience in initial case evaluation, development of case strategy, case management, e-discovery, depositions, claim construction, motion practice, and all aspects of expert testimony.

Prior to joining Jones Day in 2015, Justin represented Cisco, Electronic Arts, Micron, Microsoft, Oracle, Sega of America, and Volterra Semiconductor. He is active in pro bono matters, having represented clients in defamation claims, first amendment issues, and veteran's appeals before the Federal Circuit. Before starting private practice, Justin spent six months in Quito, Ecuador assisting clients in asylum proceedings. Before law school, he worked for six years as a software engineer in distributed computing, computational chemistry, and compiler performance. [1]