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Silicon Valley Office of Haynes and Boone Adds Justin White to IP Practice
SAN JOSE – The Haynes and Boone, LLP Silicon Valley office has added Justin White as of counsel in the Intellectual Property Practice Group.
“We are excited Justin is joining the firm,” said Gary J. Edwards, a partner in the Intellectual Property Practice Group. “His extensive experience and knowledge is a complement to our existing team and the resources we provide our clients.”
White’s practice focuses primarily on preparing and prosecuting patent applications in a wide variety of mechanical, electrical and software technologies, which have included electromechanical systems, biomedical imaging, portable electronic devices, gaming machines and systems, semiconductor manufacturing, and medical devices.
White also has significant experience in strategic patent portfolio planning and management, negotiating and drafting intellectual property licenses and other related agreements, and providing formal opinions on patents and other intellectual property issues, as well as patent litigation in district courts, the ITC and the Federal Circuit.
Prior to law school, he was a project engineer and cleanroom supervisor for Advanced Pressure Technology, a provider of pneumatic components and gas delivery systems for the semiconductor manufacturing industry.
White received his bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Berkeley and juris doctorate from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law.
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