Jessica Davis is an intellectual property attorney with extensive experience in patent litigation and licensing issues. Jessica’s practice has most recently focused on counseling in-house legal and business teams on a wide variety of intellectual property and technology matters, including risk assessment and dispute resolution, litigation management, portfolio analysis and valuation, patent prosecution and reexamination strategies, intellectual property aspects of complex transactions, technology standards and document retention. Previously, Jessica was a senior litigation associate at Weil, Gotshal & Manges where she managed complex patent litigations through trial and appeal involving a broad range of technologies, including microprocessors and other semiconductor devices and digital media.
Jessica also is a senior legal editor at Thomson Reuters, where she creates practical know-how resources and legal updates for patent litigation attorneys and in-house counsel.
Jessica received her JD from Columbia University School of Law where she was a James Kent Scholar and an AB degree in physics from Princeton University. Jessica is admitted to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
When she isn’t working, Jessica enjoys spending time with her husband and twin daughters, reading crime fiction, sampling tasting menus and staying fit by taking tabata classes.