Jeremiah A. Armstrong
Jeremiah Armstrong focuses his practice on intellectual property and complex commercial litigation matters, including patent infringement and trade secret misappropriation disputes related to search engines, Internet and database encryption, power supply semiconductors, cellular network protocols, hard disk drives, and interactive video program guides. He has extensive experience litigating intellectual property matters in the U.S. International Trade Commission and U.S. District Courts. Jeremiah also assists clients in IP portfolio diligence and licensing strategy. In addition, Jeremiah is experienced in representing clients in state court and before governmental bodies for disputes regarding real estate, building permits, and construction defect.
Jeremiah is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US) as designated by the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP). Prior to joining Kramer Day, Jeremiah spent seven years as an intellectual property litigator at a prominent international law firm. Before law school, Jeremiah was a software engineer at a successful Sacramento startup that distributes point-of-sale equipment for large financial institutions.
In 2009, Jeremiah began coaching Santa Clara University Law School’s trademark moot court teams in the International Trademark Association’s Saul Lefkowitz Moot Court Competition. His teams have advanced to national finals with oral argument at the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals in Washington, D.C.
His professional memberships include the William A. Ingram Inn of Court in Santa Clara County and the San Francisco Bay Area Intellectual Property Inn of Court.
Recipient of High Technology Law Certificate
Communications Editor, Santa Clara Law Review
University of California, Davis (2000), B.A., Economics
S.D. New York
Federal Circuit Court of Appeals
U.S. International Trade Commission