Steven E. Jedlinski is a trial lawyer with a national practice litigating all types of intellectual property (IP) disputes and complex commercial litigation relating to technology. Mr. Jedlinski is widely recognized and sought after by technology clients involved in high-stakes patent, trademark, trade secret and unfair competition litigation matters. Whether realizing significant value for IP holders or strategically defending against IP claims, Mr. Jedlinski is the central strategist on his teams leveraging his refuse-to-lose mindset honed on collegiate and professional soccer fields. He leverages that experience to help his clients attain their business objectives regarding IP.
Mr. Jedlinski regularly practices in venues around the country including federal trial and appellate courts, alternative dispute resolution proceedings, and the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) including the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB). In his practice, Mr. Jedlinski unites his background in biomedical engineering and prosecution experience as a registered patent attorney with his diverse litigation experience and tenacious personality, which propelled him from a walk-on to captain his Big Ten collegiate soccer team. In doing so, Mr. Jedlinski’s track record is replete with successes including obtaining significant results from preliminary injunction proceedings through trial and ultimately appeal.
Leading U.S. and non-U.S. companies in various industries, including medical devices, life sciences, consumer products, telecommunications, electronics, financial services, hospitality and retail, value Mr. Jedlinski’s breadth of knowledge and experience and make him their first call when faced with significant patent, trademark, trade secret, copyright, unfair competition and false advertising matters.