Prince Lobel Partners Named to the 2021 IAM 300 Strategy Global Leaders Guide

January 27, 2021

For immediate release.

Prince Lobel is proud to announce that two of its partners, Matthew Vella and Jonathan DeBlois, were named to the 2021 IAM 300 Strategy Global Leaders Guide. The guide identifies individuals who are leading the way in the development and implementation of strategies that maximize the value of IP portfolios. It draws from the worlds of private practice, consulting and other service providers, with specialists from the major IP markets in the Americas, Europe and Asia. These leaders boast a wide range of expertise in IP-intensive sectors such as high-tech and life sciences. Given the myriad strategic challenges that patent owners face throughout the world, the guide is a valuable resource for stakeholders across the IP community.

IP strategists in the guide are primarily identified through confidential nominations made face-to-face and telephone interviews, as well as email exchanges, with senior members of the global IP community. IAM Strategy 300 polled elite professionals on their professional journeys and asked for their insights and guidance relating to career development, practice management and market trends, to help patent professionals across the globe.

Matthew Vella has been include in the guide for over a decade. He is an intellectual property attorney who specializes in patent licensing, litigation, and defense. Matt has built, managed, and executed over 100 patent license programs that have generated over a billion dollars in revenue.  The programs have panned a wide range of technologies, including mobile computing, DRAM/FLASH memory, PC architecture, databases, network management, optical/data networking, web services, orthopedics, cardiovascular, image processing and graphics, automobile safety, voice/video codec, semiconductors, cell phone GPUs, hardware and software virtualization, software defined networking, HDTV, business intelligence and analytics, cloud computing, artificial intelligence including machine learning, credit card authentication, and digital rights management. He is co-chair of Prince Lobel’s Intellectual Property practice group.

Jonathan DeBlois is an attorney in the IP Practice Group at Prince Lobel.  He focuses his practice on patent and trademark litigation, and patent portfolio monetization and licensing.  Jonathan has been instrumental in launching the firm’s patent mining and strategy practice which focuses on building targeted bespoke patent portfolios and IP monetization strategies. He has substantial Federal Court and licensing experience in fields including VoIP telephony, wireless communication, streaming audio, search engine algorithms, geolocation services, anti-piracy technology, computing virtualization, software and hardware defined networking, P2P payment systems, medical devices and asset tracking systems.

Prince Lobel Tye LLP is one of Boston’s leading law firms.  Our attorneys handle matters of local, regional, national, and international reach, pairing the highest level of legal experience and skill with superior client responsiveness.  Our bold thinking extends to the many commitments we make to our communities and to our firm’s founding principles of diversity and inclusion, by creating a diverse, dynamic, supportive, and collaborative place to work for all of our team members.

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