Jonathan R.K. Stroud is the Chief Patent Counsel at Unified Patents Inc., where he manages a docket of more than 50 IPR petitions, appeals, licensing, settlement, and district court litigation. Prior to that, he was a patent litigator at Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, where he worked on litigation, motion practice, and AIA post-grant review procedures, including covered business method (CBM) patents. Prior to joining Finnegan, Mr. Stroud worked at the USPTO as a patent examiner for five years, where he examined patent applications relating to medical devices. He has been published more than a dozen times in journals such as the The American University Law Review, the Administrative Law Review, the Columbia Science and Technology Law Review, the Journal of the Patent & Trademark Office Society, the Chicago-Kent Journal of Intellectual Property Law, and others.
- Jonathan R.K. Stroud, “The Tragedy of the Commons: Toward a Hybrid Property/Tort Understanding of Trade Secrets,” Chicago-Kent Journal of Intellectual Property, (forthcoming 2013).
- P. Andrew Riley and Jonathan R.K. Stroud, “Trade Secrets at the International Trade Commission: A Survey,” 15 Colum. Sci. & Tech. L. Rev., (forthcoming 2013).
- Jonathan R.K. Stroud, “Comment, The Illusion of Interchangeability: The Benefits and Dangers of Guidance-Plus Rulemaking in the FDA's Biosimilar Approval Process,” 66 Administrative Law Review 599, (2012).
- Jonathan R.K. Stroud, “A Million Tiny Pieces: The Federal Circuit's Fractured Myriad Ruling, Lessons to be Learned, and the Way Forward,” 3 IP Theory 72, (2012).
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