Jack has over twenty years of intellectual property experience in managing intellectual property portfolios, encouraging disclosure generation, managing outside counsel, counseling clients, preparing and prosecuting patent applications, and supporting licensing, transactional, and dispute activities. Additionally, he provides full-service legal support to assigned entities, including commercial contracting and due diligence efforts in corporate acquisitions of software companies. Jack has lead company’s Open Source Review Board, as well as drafted and maintained updates for company’s open source licensing policies and training materials for engineers. Most recently, Jack’s technical practice focuses on LTE wireless standards and Session Initiation Protocol. More broadly, his experience includes computer software, data center management, cloud services, security protocols, virtualization, operating systems, compilers, user interfaces, as well as computer architectures, memory systems, bus protocols and signaling, networking and data storage. Prior to joining TI Law Group, Jack was senior IP counsel at Hewlett-Packard Company supporting all transactions, licensing, disputes and IP matters for HP’s cellular handset business, including wireless carrier agreements and license agreements for open source software, operating system, layered software and Digital Rights Management. He was also the primary IP strategy and legal support for HP’s enterprise and server business units, including HP’s adaptive internet infrastructure and was responsible for negotiating both In-bound and Out-bound license agreements for operating system software and application programming interfaces.