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advises on a broad range of intellectual property matters for startups and growing companies, helping them to achieve their business and branding goals. David primarily focuses on handling every phase of patent litigation, from pre-suit investigation, case strategy design and conducting discovery to drafting dispositive motions, preparing cases for trial and negotiating favorable settlements and licensing programs. He has successfully resolved cases involving a variety of technologies, including wireless communications, video compression plus many more. David earned his bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Texas at Austin. Before attending law school at South Texas College of Law in Houston, he worked as an engineer for National Instruments, gaining hands-on technical experience in the automotive, military and aerospace industries.
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Marshall, Texas has been, and will likely continue to be, one of the major patent litigation cities in the United States. But, Waco, Texas is quickly becoming the new mecca for patent infringement lawsuits due to recent case law and the arrival of a patent-savvy district judge. In the world of patent litigation, we all know Marshall, Texas. The Eastern District of Texas—which includes the Marshall Division—is known to be one of the largest as far as numbers of patent litigation lawsuit filings in the U.S. The economic impact on the region has been significant, as service industries such as hotels, temporary offices, restaurants and catering companies grew to serve the regular flow of litigators and their clients coming to Marshall for hearings and trials from around the country. Several national and regional law firms specializing in patent litigation opened satellite offices in and around Marshall to serve their frequent needs for access to the busy courthouse.