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Rimon Law welcomes Jason Xu as International Intellectual Property Partner in its Washington, DC office

News Jason Xu Jason Xu · May 04, 2020

Washington, DC — Rimon Law welcomes Jason Xu as a Partner on its Intellectual Property team based out of the Washington, DC Office.   

Jason Xu joins Rimon from White & Case. 

Frequently traveling between the US and China, Jason advises, assists, and resolves clients’ most important IP issues. Clients, especially Chinese enterprises, turn to Jason because of his technical background, superb legal skills, in-depth understanding of their business needs and risks, as well as long-term connection with the Asian (Chinese) community. 

Jason joins Rimon’s expanding IP Group, which has added partners Alan Chen, Steven Colby, and Robert Hayden since the start of 2020. Rimon’s IP team has counseled, and acted as litigation counsel, for clients across a wide range of high technology, entertainment, and other industries, on the creation, clearance, protection, transfer, licensing, and enforcement of IP rights. With Rimon’s unique business model, Jason can customize his practice to fit the specific needs of each of his clients.  

“Our clients have seen the importance of having a truly global presence in handling IP issues. Despite the economic uncertainty of the moment, China will continue to play a major role in IP matters. We’re very happy to have Jason join our team of leading IP attorneys who know how to handle China-related questions,” said Michael Moradzadeh, Rimon’s CEO. 

Rimon has an IP consulting office in Shenzhen. The firm boasts a full team of partners with high-end experience in China, including Judy Deng, Fred Chang, Zheng Liu, Peng Chen, Robert Lee, Letao Qin, Phillip Wang, David Xue, Ari Levine and James Chapman. Rimon’s China practice spends significant time servicing clients in the Greater China Region and other Asia jurisdictions. 

Jason’s work experience encompasses various industry sectors, focusing on high-tech (computer software and hardware, Internet-related technologies, semiconductors, and electronic circuit design), FinTech (banking and financial industry), as well as digital pharmaceuticals and medical devices.  

“I am attracted to Rimon because of its international presence, including its new Shenzhen office which opened last year.  I look forward to spending more time in Shenzhen, working with Rimon’s experienced IP colleagues, and serving my clients with Rimon’s flexible infrastructure,” said Jason Xu. 

Prior to practicing law, Jason worked as a software architect, technical manager, and senior software engineer in the wireless and software industries as well as government Information Technology field. 

Jason earned his J.D. from George Washington University, an M.S. in Computer Science from the University of Maryland, and a B.S. in Computer Science from Fudan University. 


Rimon has 31 offices across four continents. The firm is widely known as being at the vanguard of legal innovation. The firm has been repeatedly recognized by the Financial Times as one of North America's most innovative law firms. The firm’s Managing Partners were both named ‘Legal Rebels’ by the American Bar Association’s ABA Journal and have spoken on innovations in the practice of law at Harvard and Stanford Law Schools. Rimon and its lawyers have also received numerous awards for excellence, including from Best Lawyers and Chambers.