John Jackson Appointed to ABA Wine Community Texas Director Position

April 16, 2015 | Attorney News

Jackson Walker partner John Jackson was recently appointed to be the American Bar Association Wine Community Director for the State of Texas.

In addition to being an attorney, John is a wine enthusiast who has taken sommelier courses. Specifically, John obtained the WSET Level 2 Award in Wine and Spirits, which he passed with distinction.

As Texas Community Director, John will be involved in event planning and promotion of the new ABA Wine Club, which is part of the initiative.

For more than seventeen years, John has represented a wide variety of clients in intellectual property and complex commercial litigation matters in federal and state courts throughout the country, and in the International Trade Commission.

John has served as trial counsel in more than 100 patent infringement lawsuits, including numerous cases in the Tyler, Marshall and Texarkana Divisions of the Eastern District of Texas, and in Delaware. John has tried a major patent infringement case to a jury and has considerable experience with all aspects of the claim construction or Markman process in patent infringement lawsuits. John’s patent infringement lawsuits have involved a wide variety of technology including software, internet applications, consumer electronics, oil drilling technology, mechanical devices, chemical compositions and business methods. John also has substantial experience obtaining and resisting temporary restraining orders, preliminary and permanent injunctions.

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John M. Jackson
Partner, Dallas