Jason Mueller-Neuhaus

Jason Mueller-Neuhaus  


Executive Summary

Jason Mueller-Neuhaus is a partner, lawyer and patent agent in the Ottawa office of Borden Ladner Gervais LLP. He was registered as a patent agent in Canada in 2006 and in the United States in 2007. He is also a registered trademark agent.

He is ranked as one of the world's leading patent professionals by IAM Patent 1000.

With a broad scientific experience ranging from lithium-ion cell processes to active sonar information systems, Jason assists inventors and businesses to protect and profit from their valuable technological innovations in all physics-related fields, including mechanical devices, electronics, industrial processes, and communications and computing solutions.

Jason has a special expertise and substantial experience in the field of computer information processing systems (including so-called 'business methods'). He has appeared before the Canadian Patent Appeal Board and the Trademarks Opposition Board, and has represented clients before the Federal Court of Canada.

Jason is a member of the Defence and Security Industry Group and is equipped to assist businesses with especially sensitive inventions.

Representative Work

  • Drafting and prosecuting patent applications to grant, and managing patent portfolios for innovators and enterprises, from individuals to multinational corporations, in Canada, the United States and worldwide.
  • Specializing in the fields of computer software and business methods, mechanical devices, and high-tech solutions.
  • Advising on invention patentability, patent infringement and validity, and freedom-to-operate.

Publications & Presentations

  • "Ethics and Technology" presentation, BLG In-House Counsel Professionalism Conference, June 16, 2015, Ottawa, Canada
  • Dahn, Trussler, Hatchard, Bonakdarpour, Mueller-Neuhaus, Hewitt & Fleischaer, “Economical Sputtering System To Produce Large-Size Composition-Spread Libraries Having Linear and Orthogonal Stoichiometry Variations,” Chem. Mater., 2002, 14: 3519.
  • Mueller-Neuhaus, Dunlap & Dahn, “Understanding Irreversible Capacity in LixNi1-yFeyO2 Cathode Materials,” J. Electrochem. Soc., 2000, 147: 3598.

Rankings & Recognitions

  • ​Recognized in the 2018 edition of Intellectual Asset Magazine's (IAM) Patent 1000 - The World's Leading Patent Professionals (Patent Prosecution - Recommended).
  • Recognized in IAM Patent 1000 - The World's Leading Patent Practitioners 2017 for Patent Prosecution.  The publication says, "He manages very large portfolios with ease and understands the differences between Canadian and US law.  He is strategically sound, very sharp and thorough.  I cannot think how his work could be improved."
  • Recognized in IAM Patent 1000 - The World's Leading Patent Practitioners 2016 for Patent Prosecution.  The publication says, "Jason is the consummate gentleman to work with.  He is timely, responsive and thorough."