- U.S. Patent & Trademark Office
Ph.D., University of Missouri School of Medicine, Molecular Microbiology-Medicine, 2016
J.D., Duke University School of Law, 2007
B.S., Biology, Wake Forest University, magna cum laude, 2004
Jared Manse brings a valuable combination of technical expertise in science and the law to his intellectual property practice. With a Ph.D. in molecular microbiology, he draws on his deep knowledge of life sciences to help clients in patent prosecution, IP litigation and strategic planning regarding patent infringement and validity.
Jared assists clients in the biochemical, pharmaceutical and material sciences areas with patent prosecution and licensing and also handles patent and trademark freedom-to-operate analyses and enforcement. He is experienced in inter partes reviews, post-grant reviews and appeals as well as anticipatory IP litigation planning and strategy.
In completing a joint molecular microbiology, immunology and veterinary pathobiology doctoral program at the University of Missouri, Jared studied the molecular underpinnings of bacterial toxins that cause human disease. His technical experience includes molecular cloning, site-directed mutagenesis, nucleic acid purification, cell culture, heterologous protein expression and purification, immunocytochemistry and confocal microscopy.
Honors & Awards
Honors & Awards
- Volunteer Lawyer of the Month, Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis, July 2017
- The Best Lawyers in America, "Ones to Watch," 2021
News & Insights
- March 19, 2020
- "Binding and Entry of Clostridium Difficile Toxin B is Mediated by Multiple Domains"FEBS Letters, December 21, 2015