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Practice Areas

Commercial Litigation

 

Class Action Litigation


Intellectual Property


Securities Fraud


Whistleblower

Education

Georgia State College of Law,

J.D., 2009

Georgia Institute of Technology, 

B.S., 2006,

Electrical Engineering; minorin Law, Science and Technology

Carlton JonesAssociate

(404) 504-6567

cjones@hermanjones.com

CJ Jones is an Associate at Herman Jones LLP in in the firm’s Atlanta office.  As part of the firm’s Intellectual Property Practice, his focus is on patent and other technology-related matters, however, he has experience with nearly every stage of numerous complex litigation cases, including securities, whistleblower, class action, and other intellectual property matters.

 

CJ has litigated patent infringement cases against companies such as Intel, Apple, and Halliburton, as well as provided drafting and advisory work on patent sale agreements, licenses, and assignments. He regularly evaluates client and potential client portfolios, provides opinions and advice on portfolio strength, licensing, and other monetization opportunities, and he has extensive experience working with technical experts as well as client engineers and other technical staff.  In addition to IP matters, CJ has also worked on other notable complex civil ligation cases, including those resulting in settlements of $60 million on behalf of Community Health Systems in a derivative suit and $108 million in a securities class action suit against Orbital ATK.

 

CJ received his BS of Electrical Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology where he also worked in a co-op position in engineering.  He received his JD from the Georgia State University School of Law and is a registered Patent Attorney with the United States Patent and Trademark Office.  Prior to joining Herman Jones LLP, CJ practiced at Robbins, Geller, Rudman & Dowd LLP, King & Spalding LLP and gained IP evaluation and licensing experience though an internship with the Centers for Disease Control's Technology Transfer Office.  

Admissions

•    Georgia

•    U.S. Patent and Trademark Office