Matt Acosta is a commercial Intellectual Property litigator and advisor experienced in a variety of commercial and intellectual property matters. Matt has served as counsel in over seven dozen intellectual property litigation matters involving the internet, telecommunications, consumer electronics, biomedical, and software technology fields. In addition to his trial practice, Matt assists clients in developing intellectual property strategies and protection. This includes navigating the costs and benefits of trademark, trade secret and patent protection, performing infringement and liability analyses, cybersecurity consulting, and providing general IP counseling. Matt also advises clients and has written a number of articles relating to the emerging Internet-of-Things, and is a founding member of Jackson Walker’s Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain Practice Group.