A. Jason MirabitoCo-Founder ISUS Intellectual Property


    ISUS Intellectual Property PLLC
    1875 I Street, N.W., Fifth Floor
    Washington, DC, 20006
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    • Patent Procurement
    • Patent Monetization
    • IP Litigation
    • Cost-effective International Patenting
    • Technology Transfer & Licensing

    • Medical Devices
    • Telecommunications
    • Security Systems

    • Georgetown University (LLM)
    • American University (JD)
    • New York University (BS, Engineering Physics)

    • Massachusetts
    • United States Patent and Trademark Office
    Jason co-founded ISUS Intellectual Property with Omer Peled, a colleague from Israel who he met while servicing the IP needs of a large Israeli technology company. They both realized that there was a number of Israeli-based technologies which were not being implemented for any number of reasons. To remedy this situation, they created ISUS Intellectual Property to bring Israeli technology to the US and to the EU as well as being a bridge between Israeli companies operating in the US to Israel by providing IP management services as well as patent and trademark prosecution services. Further, they provide an overseeing function for Israeli firms involved in IP disputes with the US and the EU.

    Prior to co-founding ISUS Intellectual Property, Jason was a founding partner and Co-chair of the Intellectual Property Practice of Mintz Levin, where his practice involved both prosecution and litigation of patent and trademark matters. He was extensively involved in the firm’s Israeli practice, and developed a number of clients in Israel.

    His responsibilities included counseling clients on patents and other intellectual property rights, including the development, licensing, enforcement, and protection of intellectual property rights in relation to the client’s overall business strategy. He also had extensive experience in connection with patent issues in the electronics industry, medical devices, energy-related technologies, security systems, and telecommunication systems.

    Prior to joining Mintz Levin, Jason was a partner in the intellectual property law firm of Wolf, Greenfield & Sacks, and a partner at the general practice law firm of Gaston & Snow, at which he established and headed the firm’s first patent department.

    Jason began his career as an examiner in the US Patent and Trademark Office and was in-house counsel for Westinghouse Electric, where he was responsible for intellectual property licensing and joint ventures, as well as for various investments and divestments for the company. He was also an attorney with the US International Trade Commission, where he handled actions brought under Section 337.

    Jason has served full-time as an associate professor at Suffolk University School of Law, where he taught courses in patent, computer, and high-tech law. He has given numerous lectures concerning patent prosecution and litigation and, in particular, the prosecution of foreign and software-related inventions.

    He has testified before the US Patent and Trademark Office and the US Senate on a number of subjects, including patents for computer software and international taxation proposals.

    He is a named inventor on three US patents and named as an inventor of a number of medical device patent applications.


    Recognitions & Awards

    Best Lawyers in America: Patent Law (2013 - 2015)

    Chambers Global: Intellectual Property (2011 – 2012)

    Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent

    Professional & Community Involvement

    Past President, Boston Patent Law Association