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Herbert J. Jacobi

Herbert J. Jacobi, American patent lawyer, organization executive. Served as Lieutenant, United States Air Corps, American Expeditionary Force and Army Occupation, World War I.; Member American Legion (commander department District of Columbia, 1945-1946, nat. vice commander, 1950-1951), American Patent Law Association, American and District of Columbia Bar associations; Club: Post Mortem.

Background

  • Jacobi, Herbert J. was born on December 25, 1888 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Son of Joseph W. and Esther R. (Pimes) Jacobi.

  • Education

    • Special engineering course George Washington University, 1909-1910. Bachelor of Laws, Georgetown University, 1914, Master of Patent Law, 1914.

    Career

    • Admitted bar Supreme Court United States. Arguing Veterans Preference Legislation before coms. of Congress from 1946.

    Membership

    Served as Lieutenant, United States Air Corps, American Expeditionary Force and Army Occupation, World War I. Member American Legion (commander department District of Columbia, 1945-1946, nat. vice commander, 1950-1951), American Patent Law Association, American and District of Columbia Bar associations. Club: Post Mortem.

    Connections

    • Married Hermione Bennett, November 20, 1920. Children: Herbert, Robert B. Admitted to District of Columbia Bar, 1914, practice in Washington, specializing in patents and trademark law.
    • father: Joseph W. Jacobi
    • mother: Esther R. (Pimes) Jacobi
    • spouse: Hermione Bennett
    • children: Herbert Jacobi
    • Robert B. Admitted to District of Columbia Bar Jacobi
    • 1914 Jacobi
    • practice in Washington Jacobi
    • specializing in patents and trademark law Jacobi
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    Born December 25, 1888
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