New England IP Blog

Covering intellectual property developments in New England, and other developments that impact New England companies.

Jinnie Reed

Jinnie Reed


Jinnie Reed is an associate in the Litigation Department and a member of the Intellectual Property Group. Jinnie focuses her practice on patent litigation related to information technology and electronics.

Before joining Proskauer, Jinnie served as a judicial intern for the Honorable Judge Debra Freeman in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York City, and acted as a student prosecutor for the Suffolk County District Attorney’s office in the Dorchester Division of the Boston Municipal Court.

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LevelUp Credited with Non-Infringement

When LevelUp was sued for patent infringement by an individual plaintiff, Jack Barron (“Barron”), it scored an aggressive win in part because of a finding that its mobile app was akin to an electronic credit card.  According to the court’s order, LevelUp is the creator of an app, “that allows users to pay for goods … Continue Reading

New Guidelines for a Motion to Stay an IPR

To stay or not to stay? That is the question.  Oftentimes, a company being sued for patent infringement on a patent being reviewed at the Patent Office would ask that the court stay the litigation and wait for the outcome of the Patent Office’s review.  The Patent Office’s new inter-partes review (“IPR”) proceeding essentially culminates … Continue Reading