Insights: News Releases Kilpatrick Townsend Adds Jack Xu in Silicon Valley
MENLO PARK (September 13) – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today the addition of Jack Shaoxi Xu to the firm’s Silicon Valley office as an Associate in the Electrical Engineering and Software Team in the firm’s internationally recognized Intellectual Property Department.
Mr. Xu focuses his practice on intellectual property law, with an emphasis on strategic patent portfolio development and analysis. He prepares and prosecutes patent applications in a variety of fields and technologies that include, among others, machine learning, blockchains, cloud networks, cellular networks, consumer robotics, virtual reality, and touch interfaces.
Before joining the firm, Mr. Xu was an associate at an intellectual property firm in San Francisco. He earned his J.D. from Harvard Law School where he co-founded the China Law Association. He received his B.S., with Honors, in Cognitive Systems with a focus in Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence from the University of British Columbia.
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