J.D., Georgetown University Law Center (2013)
B.S., Engineering, Swarthmore College (2007)
B.A., Economics, Swarthmore College (2007)
U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York
Jaime Cardenas-Navia is a trial attorney with extensive experience in patent infringement disputes. He has litigated multiple cases through trial––on behalf of both plaintiffs and defendants––with a relentless focus on developing the theories and evidence that will persuade juries and win cases. Jaime has worked on matters involving a variety of consumer products, including smartphones, tablets, cameras, printers, scanners, nutritional formulations, and solar panels.
Jaime also maintains an active pro bono practice. Most recently, he litigated negligence and breach of contract claims in federal court to obtain a favorable settlement for a Detroit-based artist.
During law school, Jaime interned at the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in the chambers of Judge Jimmie V. Reyna, and at the International Trade Commission in the Office of General Counsel. Prior to law school, he worked as an examiner at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, where he examined Business Methods patent applications.
Jaime F. Cardenas-Navia, Thirty Years of Flawed Incentives: An Empirical and Economic Analysis of Hatch-Waxman Patent-Term Restoration, Berkeley Technology Law Journal (2015). Available at https://scholarship.law.berkeley.edu/btlj/vol29/iss2/6