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Miranda Jones is an accomplished intellectual property litigator with a focus on patent litigation. With more than a decade of experience, Miranda has been instrumental in guiding clients through complex patent trial and appeal proceedings involving parallel inter partes proceedings before the Patent Office.

Leveraging her extensive background, Miranda collaborates closely with her clients to formulate and execute trial strategies tailored to the unique aspects of each case. She has successfully managed cases in a diverse range of technological domains spanning pharmaceuticals, chemical, electrical and mechanical.

Miranda has represented clients in patent disputes in federal courts across the nation, including those in Texas, Pennsylvania, California, Washington, D.C., and Virginia. Beyond her trial work, she has also demonstrated her ability to handle appeals, having presented cases before the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit and before the United States Supreme Court. Notably, she served as a law clerk to Judge Pauline Newman at the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit prior to joining private practice. 

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