On June 13, Jonathan E. Lass served as a guest lecturer in the “Engineering Innovation in Medicine” course at the Dwight Look College of Engineering at Texas A&M University. The course is offered to graduate students and is part of the newly developed EnMed graduate school program, which offers a dual degree program for graduate students pursuing both a medical degree and a doctoral degree in biomedical engineering. The EnMed program is offered jointly between Texas A&M’s College of Engineering and the Texas A&M College of Medicine.
For more information on the EnMed program, please visit https://enmed.tamu.edu/
Jonathan is a law partner at Jackson Walker in Austin, Texas where he assists clients with technology and corporate transactions, intellectual property protection, and other complex projects and litigation. Jonathan authored a chapter titled “Computer Usage Policies, Records Management, and Information Governance” in the legal textbook Essentials of E-Discovery, which was published by the State Bar of Texas in 2014. Jonathan is currently a lecturer at the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas, where he teaches a Business Law and Ethics course to business undergraduates. He has been a guest lecturer in multiple courses at the Dwight Look College of Engineering at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas and at St. Mary’s School of Law in San Antonio, Texas.
Jonathan regularly speaks at the University of Texas School of Law’s Technology Law Conference on a number of technology topics, including:
- “Complex Technology and Intellectual Property Transactions”
- “Cybersecurity: Developments, Challenges and a Modest Case for Self-Defense”
- “Best Practices in Electronic Discovery”
- “Data Security Breaches – Lessons Learned”
- “How to Protect Your Intellectual Property Rights in Software from Bankruptcy and Insolvency Risks through Software License Agreements and Source Code Escrow Agreements”
- “How to Protect Your Intellectual Property”