University of Chicago
Peeyush Jain is Affiliate Counsel to TKLG. Peeyush has deep expertise in providing broad ranging general counsel type services to companies, with decades of experience in technology transactions and IP ligation matters at major law firms and large international companies. He currently serves as primary counsel for international semiconductor companies, circuit design licensors, and foundries, negotiating the complex transactions their internal teams do not have the expertise to handle. Since 2011, he has been an adjunct professor at the University of California Hastings School of Law.
Prior to attending Stanford Law School, Mr. Jain was a Systems Engineer at IBM.
Represented an international semiconductor company in its negotiations with Google for Google's next generation hardware products.
Represented clients in negotiations with Apple to become an Apple preferred supplier.
Represented a semiconductor device company in negotiations with Microsoft's Xbox team to incorporate the client's chip in its Xbox product.
Managed a decade long relationship between the client and ARM Ltd. Crafted and made the technical argument presentation in United Microelectronic Corporation's successful trade secret misappropriation case against Silicon Integrated Systems before the International Trade Commission.
Successfully spearheaded the business and legal negotiations for Chromatic Research with DVD CCA, MPEG-LA, Dolby, and Macrovision to make Chromatic the first authorized software based DVD player for personal computers.
Managed and actively participated in United Microelectronic Corporation's patent litigations in the International Trade Commission and in Federal Courts.
Represented Borland International in its successful defense of a copyright infringement case brought by Lotus Corporation. Represented large IDMs in negotiations with the world's largest semiconductor foundries.
Prior Firm Experience
Previously, Mr. Jain was of Counsel at Latham & Watkins heading up the Technology Transactions group of their Silicon Valley office, and an Associate at Wilson, Sonsini, Goodrich & Rosati, in the Technology Transactions and IP Litigation practice groups. He also served as Deputy General Counsel for United Microelectronics Corporation (a publicly listed semiconductor foundry) for over a decade, and was the Head of Legal for Chromatic Research, a 300+ employee startup that developed cutting edge microprocessor technology.