is a Principal with Much Shelist in their Chicago, IL office. Jason provides practical, creative legal guidance on a broad range of intellectual property matters to industry-leading clients—from small and mid-sized businesses to Fortune 500 companies. A member of the Intellectual Property & Technology group, Jason focuses his practice on patent litigation for industry-leading clients, managing all aspects of patent litigation cases from inception through trial, as well as ex parte and inter partes reexamination and review proceedings. As a former engineer for several technology companies, including Intel, Motorola and Medtronic, Jason leverages his background to provide practical insight to clients when it comes to protecting their intellectual property. His practice primarily centers on patents for complex technologies, including Internet and wireless technologies (e.g., Wi-Fi, WiMAX, CDMA and Bluetooth), ecommerce software, optical systems, computer software and hardware, photonics and database systems.
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As businesses rapidly outsource their IT functions to the cloud, customers seeking cloud computing or cloud services must understand the risks, especially when sensitive, regulated or confidential data is stored in the cloud. Sensitive data carries business risk and may be subject to a host of legal and regulatory requirements. Cloud service agreements usually are based on the cloud services provider’s standard form agreement… The customer must read the indemnification terms closely, not just for the explicit language in the agreement, but for what the customer is really getting from the cloud services supplier and whether the indemnification terms will be of any help to the customer’s business if sued by a third party.