Jeremiah S. Helm has represented clients in a variety of technological fields, with an emphasis on patent litigation and appellate practice. Jeremiah has appeared before the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit on a number of occasions, and has argued over a dozen cases before the Court.
Before joining the firm in 2017, Jeremiah worked as an Associate Solicitor at the United States Patent and Trademark Office. In that role, Jeremiah represented the Director in both district and appellate courts, and provided legal advice about intellectual property law policy and regulation.
Law Clerk for the Honorable Judge Kimberly A. Moore, United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (2010-2012).
Admitted to practice only in California. Practice outside of California is limited to matters and proceedings before federal courts and agencies.
- Seeing Clearly: An Ordinary Observer Must Look Through Lens of the Prior Art
- Lack of Advance Notice Vacates District Court’s Orders
- Vacated Vacatur Terminates Termination
- Section 101 Jurisprudence Still Sound Post-Dobbs
- Silence Is No Support for Negative Claim Limitation
- Somebody’s Wrong: PTAB Must Resolve Conflicting Factual Testimony During IPR
- Sounding Off: Prosecution Disclaimer Requires Unambiguous Intrinsic Evidence
- Generic mark lacked sufficient stylization to serve as a source identifier
- “All the Expenses” Does Not Mean All: PTO Denied Its Expert Witness Fees
- District Court’s Pleading Standard Returns an Error Code in PS4 Battle
- A Standalone Obviousness Reference Must Be Enabling to Invalidate
- Reviewability of PTAB Estoppel Decisions
- Federal Circuit Throws Out Diaper Genie Decision
- Controlling Your Own Destiny: Patent Owner Unilaterally Moots Appeal to Preserve Favorable PTAB Determination
- Proprietary Rights in a Mark Not Required for Standing at the TTAB
- Standing to Appeal in IPR Remains Even After Divesting Accused Products
- Avoiding Ineligibility by Claiming a Specific Implementation That Improves upon the Prior Art
- Federal Circuit Clarifies Scope of On-Sale Bar