Jamie Youngblood, ’09, Elected Partner at Knobbe Martens

Knobbe Martens Elects Six New Partners

Knobbe Martens, among the country’s largest intellectual property and technology law firms, is pleased to announce that six lawyers have been elected to the partnership, effective January 1, 2023. The new partners possess an array of backgrounds and skills, and half hold advanced degrees in science and engineering fields.

Commenting on the new partners, Knobbe Martens managing partner Steven Nataupsky said, “This group of accomplished attorneys showcases the firm’s breadth and depth of talent. All of them provide high-quality service to our clients, collaborate with their colleagues, and give back to their communities. They represent the future of our firm, and I could not be happier to welcome them to the partnership.”

The newly elected partners are:

Jamie Youngblood is a patent litigator with experience preparing petitions to the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB). Based in the firm’s Orange County office, Mr. Youngblood has litigated cases across a range of technologies in the computer hardware, consumer electronics, and medical device fields. Mr. Youngblood received his B.S. and M.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Florida. Before law school, Mr. Youngblood amassed nearly a decade of engineering experience, including seven years at Intel Corporation as a Senior Design Engineer. He received his J.D. from The University of Chicago Law School.

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