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Jason L. Moore, Ph.D.



Jason is a professional specialist in the Patents group. He leverages his extensive experience in industry and training as a chemist to assist clients in protecting their intellectual property.

What do you focus on?

Over my career, I have worked on analyzing and protecting intellectual property assets, including working closely with inventors and academic institutions as they transferred research projects to commercial applications. I have extensive experience in research and applications involving organic chemistry, organometallic chemistry, supramolecular chemistry, catalysts, monomers, polymers and composite materials.

I also conducted and managed research in a commercial laboratory. In addition, I am a co-inventor on several patents, so I understand the innovation process and can effectively work with inventors to help them protect their intellectual property.

Patent Prosecution

Particular areas I focus on include chemistry, materials science, organic chemistry, polymer chemistry, organometallic chemistry, biochemistry, diagnostics, therapeutics, pharmaceuticals, small molecules, proteomics, disease biomarkers, drug delivery, nanotechnology, and diagnostic/imaging agents.

What do you see on the horizon?

I believe that strong protection of intellectual property rights will continue to encourage investment in the development of new technologies.

Publications

  • “Cucurbit[7]uril Disrupts Aggregate Formation Between Rhodamine B Dyes Covalently Attached to Glass Substrates.” Halterman, R. L.; Moore, J. L.; Yip, W. T. J. Fluoresc., 2011, 21, 1467–1478.
  • “Inclusion Complexes of Cationic Xanthene Dyes in Cucurbit[7]uril.” Halterman, R. L.; Moore, J. L.; Yakshe, K. A.; Halterman, J. A. I.; Woodson, K. A. J. Incl. Phenom. Macrocycl. Chem. 2010, 66, 231–241.
  • “Disrupting Aggregation of Tethered Rhodamine B Dyads Through Inclusion in Cucurbit[7]uril.” Halterman, R. L.; Moore, J. L.; Mannel, L. M. J. Org. Chem. 2008, 73, 3266–3269.
  • “Cucurbit[7]uril Induces Superior Probe Performance for Single-Molecule Detection.” Martyn, T. A.; Moore, J. L.; Halterman, R. L.; Yip, W. T. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2007, 129, 10338–10339.
  • “Conformational Interconversions in [2]Catenanes Containing a Wide Rigid Spacer.” Halterman, R. L.; Pan, X.; Martyn, D. E.; Moore, J. L.; Long, A. T. J. Org. Chem. 2007, 72, 6454–6458.
  • “Design and Synthesis of Molecules with Switchable Chirality via Formation and Cleavage of Metal-Ligand Coordination Bonds.” Soloshonok, V. A.; Ueki, H.; Moore, J. L.; Ellis, T. K. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2007, 129, 3512–3513.
  • “Preparation and Characterization of Optically-Resonant Atomically Flat Nanosurface Substrates for High-Resolution Scanning Probe Microscopy of Single Molecules.” Dahayanaka, D. H.; Kelle, D. W.; Wasielewski, D. J.; Day, E. S.; White, D. R.; Mishima, T. D.; Waite, C. M.; Moore, J. L.; Halterman, R. L.; Bumm, L. A. Microscopy and Microanalysis, Volume 12, Supplement S02, Aug 2006, 510–511.
  • “An Efficient and Operationally Convenient Synthesis of Tertiary Amines by Direct Alkylation of Secondary Amines with Alkyl Halides in the Presence of Huenig’s Base.” Moore, J. L.; Taylor, S. M.; Soloshonok, V. A. ARKIVOC 2005, 6, 287–292.

Representative Experience

  • Represent The Regents of the University of California in a groundbreaking patent enforcement campaign to protect its rights in a revolutionary new generation of light bulb technology known as filament LED that was invented by a Nobel laureate-led team at UC Santa Barbara. As the accused products are made by foreign manufacturers, this campaign is brought against major U.S. retailers in parallel proceedings before the U.S. International Trade Commission and in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California.

Contact

Jason L. Moore

Professional Specialist

Los Angeles

Phone: 213-629-6127


Fax: 213-629-6001

Concord Law School, J.D.

University of Oklahoma, Ph.D., Chemistry

Sam Houston State University, M.S., Chemistry

Sam Houston State University, B.S., Chemistry

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