Hannah L. Jones’ practice focuses on complex commercial and intellectual property litigation including consumer fraud class actions, breach of contract, trade secret misappropriation, patent/copyright infringement and internal investigations.
Ms. Jones has signification experience in all phases of litigation in state and federal courts, from the filing of an initial complaint, to trial, to appeals. Ms. Jones has also participated in several internal investigations into allegations of trade secret misappropriation, employee misconduct and anti-trust violations. In 2018, Ms. Jones was seconded to Applied Materials’ Litigation, Investigations & IP Protection Department where she advised the company on trade secret, data security and computer forensics issues in the U.S. and Asia.
In addition to her litigation and investigation matters, Ms. Jones maintains an active pro bono practice with a focus on women’s issues, having most recently worked with the Center for Reproductive Rights advising on legal challenges to state law abortion restrictions.
Ms. Jones graduated with honors from Lewis and Clark College and received her J.D. from the University of California, Davis, School of Law, where she received Witkin Awards for Academic Excellence for earning the highest grades in Evidence, Antitrust, Copyright, Property, Torts and Legal Research and Writing. While in law school, Ms. Jones also served as a member of the UC Davis Law Review and was elected Order of the Coif.