Jonathan Staudt

Jonathan Staudt

Education
  • Florida A&M College of Law, Orlando, Florida (Juris Doctor, cum laude)
  • University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida (Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering)
Admitted to Practice in
  • Florida
  • United States Patent and Trademark Office

Contact

(321) 255-2332
jstaudt@uslegalteam.com

   


Jonathan Staudt focuses his practice on patents, trademarks, patent litigation, and other related intellectual property matters. Jon counsels and represents a wide range of clients with their intellectual property legal needs.

Clients include entrepreneurial inventors and small and medium businesses in the technology and medical industries.

Jon originally focused his career on electrical engineering and served as an intern for a global energy company. After working in the industry and seeing the exposure clients could have in their intellectual property portfolios, he ultimately decided to use his knowledge to pivot into a legal role to help protect clients’ ideas and products.

At the University of Central Florida, Jon was a Florida Bright Futures Academic Scholar, a merit award based on high school academic achievement providing recipients with funding toward their first baccalaureate degree.

Jon enjoys spending time improving his Tiny House where he currently resides and applying his engineering background and inspiration from using space-saving technology, ideas, and products to maximize space and utilization.

ACADEMIC HONORS

  • Dean’s List Fall 2019 & 2020, & Spring 2021
  • Book Award in Contracts I
  • Florida Bright Futures Academic Scholar
  • Granted Florida’s 2nd highest college education scholarship

Siemens Energy Orlando, Florida
Generator Service Engineering Intern May 2016 – August 2016

  • Supplied technical task support to senior engineers
  • Interpreted and digitized a library of generator stator winding diagrams

Siemens Energy Charlotte, North Carolina
Generator Materials and Technology Intern June 2015 – August 2015

  • Assisted the lab with troubleshooting generator failures via investigations
  • Helped form a proposal to initialize research for composite blower blades
  • Began analysis’ into an uprate which replaced blower blades with external blowers

Siemens Energy Orlando, Florida
Generator Service Engineering Intern May 2014 – July 2014

  • Created detailed listings and diagrams for non-rigiflex generator rewinds
  • Cataloged and digitized a library of generator specifications

UCF EE Senior Design Project Orlando, Florida
Self Updating Parking Garage Monitor Dec. 2017

  • Worked with a team of EE and CE students
  • Created a car park car counter using a series of laser sensors which updates the count to a website
  • Designed and used a custom printed circuit board using EAGLE software