Nick Jordan brings a broad background in chemical and life science engineering to his litigation practice.  As a patent examiner, Nick examined patent applications in the chemical and materials engineering field, including catalyst substrates, composite honeycomb structures, and ceramics.  Prior to that, Nick worked as an engineer for a specialty chemicals company, where he focused on electrophoretic deposition processes.  His background also includes undergraduate research at VCU Massey Cancer Center studying combination therapies to treat hematologic cancers with kinase inhibitors.  While in law school, Nick was a senior staff member of the American University Law Review and served as a Legal Research & Writing Fellow.

Representative Experience

Though all cases vary and none is predictive, Nick's experience includes:

  • Defended a major vehicle manufacturer in patent litigation.*
  • Represented an optical technology company in patent litigation.*
  • Defended an online marketplace in trademark litigation.*
  • Defended a public service organization in copyright litigation.*
  • Defended a major sportswear brand in patent litigation.*
  • Represented a scientific non-profit organization in copyright enforcement matters.*

*Matters handled prior to joining Williams & Connolly LLP



Other Government Service

  • Patent Examiner, U.S. Patent & Trademark Office, 2012 - 2018
  • OGC Intern, Office of the U.S. Trade Representative, 2018
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