About Jonathan

Translating complex technologies to valuable IP strategies

Jonathan Stone develops business-minded intellectual property (IP) strategies for his clients, which include universities, research institutions and companies at the cutting-edge of technology. By translating complex technologies into practical legal solutions, Jon helps his clients develop IP strategies that drive commercial value from industries, including:

  • Medical imaging
  • Artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, deep learning and neural networks
  • Health information technology (HIT)
  • Radiation and nuclear physics

Using this experience and his knowledge of industry trends, Jon provides his clients with insightful, business-focused counsel that advances the organization’s commercialization and business goals.

Jon also is an adjunct professor at Marquette University Law School, where he teaches courses in patent drafting and prosecution.

Experience in Action

  • Counseling clients on IP strategies for cutting-edge technologies, such as AI, machine learning, deep learning, and neural networks in a wide range of applications, including image processing, computer vision, medical device control, power electronics, bioinformatics, radiogenomics and data analytics.
  • Efficiently developing and managing patent portfolios for complex technologies, such as:
    • Medical imaging, including magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computer tomography (CT) and ultrasound
    • Health IT, including medical image management, health information systems and surgical navigation
    • Software applications, including in digital image and signal processing, remote sensing and geographical information systems (GIS)
    • Radiation and nuclear physics, including particle accelerators, radiation therapy systems, radiation treatment planning, dosimeters, radionuclide production and nuclear power technology
    • Medical devices, including cardiac electrical stimulation, neuromodulation, catheters, surgical implants, orthopedic devices, microfluidic devices and tissue culture platforms

Professional & Civic Activities

  • State Bar of Wisconsin (Member)

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