Porter Hedges Expands IP Litigation Practice with New Partner Miranda Jones
Porter Hedges announced today that Miranda Jones has joined the firm as a new patent litigation partner. She has litigated patent cases across a wide spectrum of technologies from a seminal WiFi patent to biotech patents related to genetically modified crop plants to mechanical patents covering oil-rig machinery. She also participated in the legal team that secured a change in the law pertaining to induced infringement before the United States Supreme Court in Commil v. Cisco. “I am so appreciative of all the past and current clients who have given me the opportunities to work on significant inventions and to advocate for important changes in patent law,” Miranda explained.
In 2018, Texas Lawyer recognized Miranda as the ‘Top Woman in IP’.
Miranda’s practice focuses on helping inventors and business owners navigate technical and high-stakes patent litigation. She works closely with clients to build collaborative relationships that allow her to understand and support their businesses throughout the litigation process as well as to develop efficient litigation strategies.
“With her extensive litigation experience and technical background, Miranda is an ideal fit for our firm and its clients. We are excited to welcome her to Porter Hedges,” said Managing Partner Rob Reedy.
She has represented clients in patent cases in federal courts across the country including Texas, Pennsylvania, California, Washington D.C., and Virginia. In addition to her trial practice, she has handled appeals before the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit and before the United States Supreme Court.
Miranda clerked for Judge Pauline Newman on the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.
Miranda received her J.D. from George Mason University School of Law and her B.A. from the University of Houston.