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H. Jonathan Redway

Jon Redway is a nationally recognized trial lawyer with special expertise in intellectual property matters.  Jon has successfully tried numerous patent and trademark cases to juries and judges throughout the United States.  Jon also has tried a variety of complex civil and commercial litigation matters.  Jon also has special expertise in § 337 investigations brought before the International Trade Commission having successfully tried patent and trademark investigations before six different administrative law judges.

In 2021, Jon won summary judgment on behalf of film maker Kingdom Story Company (I Can Only Imagine and American Underdog) on all counts in the defense of a trademark infringement lawsuit brought in Federal Court before the Southern District of Florida.   See KingdomWorks Studios v. Kingdom Studios and Kingdom Inc., No. 19-14238-CV- Martinez/Maynard, 2021 WL 6926419 (S.D. Fla. Nov. 19 2021).

In 2020, Jon won summary judgment on behalf of Cvent, Inc. on all counts in the defense of a trademark infringement lawsuit brought in Federal Court before the Northern District of Georgia, Atlanta Division, including a finding that the asserted mark was generic.  See Tarsus Connect v. Cvent, Inc., 452 F. Supp. 3d 1334 (N.D. Ga. 2020).

In 2019, Jon prevailed in a § 337 Investigation before the International Trade Commission seeking preliminary relief on behalf of Truck Hero entities Extang Corporation and Laurmark Enterprises, Inc. d/b/a BAK Industries in the enforcement of seven U.S. patents putting a stop to the unlawful importation of various infringing pick-up truck tonneau covers by numerous Chinese and U.S. entities.  See Certain Pickup Truck Folding Bed Cover Systems, 337-TA-1143 (2019).

Jon is experienced in all aspects of trial work and civil litigation, including discovery, expert witnesses, and dispositive motion practice.  Jon was recognized by the District of Columbia Super Lawyers six years in a row and most recently in 2021 and 2022 Jon was recommended for his trial work by WTR 1000.

World Trademark Review 1000 says: "Jon Redway can be counted on for a resonant performance at trial; he has proved his mettle in the courtroom many times over and in cases involving all kinds of intellectual property. The remedies he obtains are of lasting business benefit to his clients."

Education & Credentials


Roanoke College

B.A., 1982
  • cum laude

George Washington University

J.D., 1989
  • With Honors
  • George Washington Law Review, 1988-1989

Bar Admission

  • District of Columbia
  • Virginia


  • WTR 1000
    • "World’s Leading Trademark Attorneys," Washington; D.C.– Silver Band, 2021 - 2023
  • Washington D.C. Super Lawyers®
    • Intellectual Property Litigation, 2014-2019

Representative Clients

  • Advanced Digital Broadcast
  • AT&T Mobility
  • Cvent, Inc.
  • Federal-Mogul Corporation
  • Seacrets--Jamaica USA
  • Truck Hero

Prominent Assignments

Representative Trademark Litigations

Tarsus Connect, LLC v. Cvent, Inc. Won summary judgment in Northern District of Georgia before Judge Steven D. Grimberg in April 2020 on all claims including a finding that the asserted mark was generic.

KingdomWorks Studios v. Kingdom Studios, presently representing Kingdom Story Company in a trademark dispute in the Southern District of Florida before the Honorable Jose Martinez.

Cvent, Inc. v. OVH US LLC et al. Successfully obtained in federal district court in Virginia an ex parte temporary restraining order closing down fraudulent cryptocurrency initial coin offering.

Navajo Nation v. Urban Outfitters, Inc. et al. Lead counsel for Urban Outfitters, Free People and Anthropologie in federal district court in New Mexico in trademark dispute involving the term “Navajo” and clothing accessories.

Secrets Resorts v. O.C. Seacrets. Won as lead trial counsel before a Baltimore jury a special verdict of willful infringement and awarding punitive damages despite opinion of counsel defense.

Cotton Inc. v. Cotton Real Estate. Successfully enjoined in federal district court in Massachusetts the unlawful trademark infringement of the famous Seal of Cotton.

Anheuser-Busch, Inc. v. John Labatt Ltd. Trial counsel in St. Louis jury verdict win finding that defendant lacked protectable rights in the term “ice beer.”

Representative 337 Investigations (“ITC”)

In re Certain Folding Bed Cover Systems and Components Thereof. Represented Extang and BAK in patent and trademark unlawful import investigation including motion for temporary exclusion order obtaining consent orders and/or defaults.

In re Certain Powered Covered Plates. Represented Ontel in patent infringement investigation.

In re Windshield Wipers and Components Thereof. Won patent infringement unlawful import investigation trial for Federal-Mogul.

• In re Chassis Parts Incorporating Moveable Sockets and Components Thereof. Represented complainant Federal-Mogul’s proprietary ball joint manufacturing technology.

Representative Patent Litigations

Extang Corporation, Undercover and Laurmark v. LEER. Representing in federal district court in Delaware several Truck Hero subsidiaries in patent infringement suit accusing pickup truck cargo box covers.

Symbology v. Fresh Del Monte, Inc. Represented Fresh Del Monte, Inc. in federal court in Northern District of Ohio in patent dispute.

Hybrid Audio, LLC v. Advanced Digital Broadcast SA et al. Represented Advanced Digital Broadcast in federal court in Delaware obtaining early dismissals of patent infringement claims accusing signal processing in set top boxes.

800 Adept v. ATT Mobility. Represented ATT Mobility in federal court in the Eastern District of Texas successfully arguing Markman resulting in early dismissal of patent infringement claims accusing cell tower routing of emergency 911 calls.

Naos v. Magnussen International. Represented Naos in federal court in the Eastern District of Virginia pressing summary judgment to result in accused infringer exiting the market within four months of filing suit with fully paid up license for past infringement.

Industrial Part Depot v Federal Mogul Corp. Represented Federal-Mogul in patent infringement action in federal court in Ohio successfully enforcing Federal-Mogul’s proprietary friction-welded steel piston technology.

Valeo, Inc. v Federal-Mogul Corp. Represented Federal-Mogul in patent infringement action in federal court in the Western District of Texas involving wiper blade technology.

Professional Involvement

  • Member, Intellectual Property Owners Association, Patent Division, U.S. Post-Grant Patent Office Practice
  • Member, International Trade Commission Trial Lawyers Association
  • Member, American Intellectual Property Law Association

Pro Bono Work

Jon has been active in pro bono matters in the Washington, D.C. area

  • Represented The Levine School of Music in the appeal of a special exception allowing the private music school to operate in a residentially-zoned neighborhood in Washington D.C.
  • Represented a class of Maryland students and families in an action against the City of Baltimore to obtain their constitutionally guaranteed right to an adequate education


Jon frequently writes and presents on intellectual property topics and serves on the faculty for various intellectual property programs sponsored by the Practicing Law Institute, Advanced Patent Law Institute, as well as other industry organizations.


  •  Author, Autonomous Vehicle Intellectual Property,” The Voice of Technology, Northern Virginia Technology Counsel, May 2021
  • Co-Presenter with the Honorable Theodore R. Essex, “Resolution of IP Disputes before the International Trade Commission,” (January 14, 2020).
  • Co-Presenter, Intellectual Property and Autonomous Systems, Norther Virginia Technology Counsel (November 7, 2019).
  • Presenter, "U.S. Trademark Enforcement," International Trademark Association (INTA) Annual Meeting, May 18, 2019.
  • Presenter, “Section 337 Enforcement Proceedings for the International Trade Commission,” International Trademark Association (INTA) Annual Meeting, May 20–24, 2017.
  • A Powerful Weapon Against Infringing Imports, Today’s General Counsel, June/July 2016 Edition.
  • Moderator, Trademark Enforcement Before the International Trade Commission, International Trademark Association, Annual Meeting, May 2011, San Francisco, California. 
  • Presenter and Author, Patent Opinion Writing: An Update, Advanced Patent Law Institute, January 20-21, 2011, United States Patent and Trademark Office, Alexandria, Virginia.
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