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Jason Fowler is a patent litigator who represents clients from a range of industries in high-stakes patent litigation, with notable experience handling disputes in the pharmaceutical, high-tech, automotive, agricultural, and outdoor industries. Clients benefit from his sophisticated knowledge of complex technologies, combined with insight gained from spending more than three years as a clerk in both the district court and court of appeals, as well as a background in Mechanical Engineering. In addition to his extensive experience as a litigator, Mr. Fowler has also developed significant expertise in the creation of persuasive demonstratives and effective use of them in litigation. He has co-authored a book on the subject, entitled "Demonstratives: Definitive Treatise on Visual Persuasion."

District Court Matters

  • Representing Indivior in multi-district bet-the-company patent litigation relating to the company’s billion dollar Suboxone® Film product.    
  • Successfully represented Samsung in patent litigation relating to digital health tracking on smartphones, obtaining dismissal of the complaint on patent-ineligibility grounds.   
  • Successfully defended AstraZeneca a billion dollar patent-infringement dispute brought by a leading medical university, obtaining court rulings invalidating both of the asserted patents.    
  • Successfully defended AstraZeneca in billion-dollar patent infringement dispute brought by a non-practicing entity, obtaining summary judgment of non-infringement.   
  • Successfully represented Independent Journal Review in trademark litigation in the Eastern District of Virginia.
  • Successfully represented FeraDyne Outdoors in patent and trademark litigation relating to mechanical broadheads in the Western District of Wisconsin and the Northern District of Illinois.

ITC Section 337 Matters

  • Successfully represented FeraDyne Outdoors in Section 337 Investigation relating to mechanical broadheads, obtaining general exclusion order on eight patents and one registered trademark against counterfeit archery equipment from China.
  • Successfully represented Samsung Electronics in Section 337 Investigation relating to flash memory.

Federal Circuit Appeals

  • Successfully represented Alstom Grid in an appeal relating to a patent case involving software for managing the electrical grid, obtaining reversal of jury verdict of infringement.
  • Successfully represented GE Lighting in appeal relating to LED light bulbs, obtaining reversal and remand.
  • Successfully represented Deere & Co. in appeal relating to agricultural machinery, obtaining reversal and remand.
  • Successfully represented Microsoft in Petition for Writ of Mandamus, obtaining transfer out of the Eastern District of Texas.

Pro Bono

  • In line with Covington’s longstanding commitment to veterans and veterans issues, Mr. Fowler has handled numerous pro bono matters representing the interests of veterans before the United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims.
  • Representation of District of Columbia Wrestling Association in litigation brought to enforce an arbitration award.
  • Representation of Marine Toys for Tots Foundation in state-court lawsuit alleging defamation.
  • Representation of defendant accused of second-degree assault in Prince George’s County, Maryland Circuit Court.

Memberships and Affiliations

  • Member of Washington, DC Advisory Council of Techbridge Girls, an organization that promotes STEM education for girls in underserved communities.
  • Washington DC Super Lawyers, IP Litigation "Rising Star" (2014, 2015)