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Jane Moon is a registered patent attorney who concentrates her practice on patent and trademark prosecution, both domestic and foreign. She helps various clients ranging from Fortune 500 companies, multinational corporations, private middle-market companies, family-owned businesses, to individual inventors.

Jane's practice includes preparing and prosecuting U.S. patent applications and focuses on securing protection for industrial equipment and other mechanical arts. She handles all aspects of U.S. trademark practice including clearance, prosecution, and maintenance. She is also experienced in copyright registrations, brand selection consultations, and IP due diligence. Jane represents clients with their international protection of intellectual property assets and works closely with foreign associates around the world.

Prior to joining Levenfeld Pearlstein, Jane worked at a full-service intellectual property law firm in South Korea where her international experience gives her a unique perspective when working with clients.

Jane has full professional proficiency in Korean.

Handong International Law School, Master of Laws in U.S. & International Law (J.D. equivalent), 2011
University of Washington, B.A., 2007
Bar Admissions
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, 2014
District of Columbia, 2012
American Bar Association
International Trademark Association
Intellectual Property Law Association of Chicago - Young Members Committee
Privately held middle market companies
Large national and multi-national corporations
Fortune 500 Companies
Family-owned businesses
Independent Inventors


What was your first pet?
Cocker Spaniel and Mini Schnauzer mix named Cookie when I was 10. I handpicked her, or she chose me, at the local shelter when she came straight to me and fell asleep in my lap. She was very smart, sweet, and unconditionally loyal, she always woke me up for school by barking and nudging next to my bed up until my senior year in high school.
If you weren’t an attorney what would you be?
I would probably be a researcher in life sciences at a university as I love research and the sciences. Or maybe something more on the musical side, I grew up playing classical instruments and would have enjoyed doing more music during college.
What is your favorite quote?
Pleasure in the job puts perfection in the work. – Aristotle

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