Jason C. Martone is a Partner in Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie’s Intellectual Property practice group. His practice specializes in patents and trademarks. Jason has particular technical expertise in mechanical devices and has assisted clients in obtaining patents in the fields of consumer electronics including display devices and video game hardware, energy storage devices, medical devices including spinal implants and bone anchoring systems, solar energy harnessing systems and components, filtration and purification systems, and other environmental-related industries. Clients also turn to Jason for patent protection focused on automated manufacturing systems and processes, such as in the areas of display devices, packaging, and printing.
Prior to attending law school, Jason was a mechanical engineer with a large designer and manufacturer of electronic devices, and also was a project engineer and project manager for an air pollution control equipment design and manufacturing company. His background and experience in engineering have provided a strong detail orientation for understanding diverse technologies to prosecute and evaluate patents. His experience in intellectual property law, coupled with his industry experience in engineering and project management, provide a broad base from which to support clients.
- Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie (legacy firm Christie Parker & Hale LLP), Partner, 2007-present
- Judicial Extern, Senior U.S. District Judge Terry J. Hatter, Jr., 2006
- UCLA Journal of Law and Technology - Senior Editor, 2007