About Miranda Jones
Miranda Jones specializes in patent litigation and patent-related antitrust litigation. She has handled litigation matters in a variety of technologies, including the pharmaceutical, chemical, electrical and mechanical fields.
Miranda has handled cases in federal courts in Texas, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Georgia, and Washington D.C. In addition to her trial and litigation practice, she has been involved in appeals before the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.
Prior to joining HPC, Miranda served as a judicial law clerk to Judge Pauline Newman at the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.
While at George Mason University School of Law, she served as Articles Editor of the George Mason Law Review and as a Symposium Executive Editor for the Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy.
She was awarded the Adrian Fischer Award for Legal Research and Writing for her article, Permanent Injunction, a Remedy by Any Other Name Is Patently Not the Same: How eBay v. MercExchange Affects the Patent Right of Non-Practicing Entities, 14 Geo. Mason L. Rev. 1035 (2007). In 2008, Miranda was selected to receive the Burton Award for Legal Achievement, a national award for legal writing.