I focus on gaining a strong grasp of the complex technologies and business issues at the core of a patent case so I can explain them in a way that any judge or jury can understand. I’ll do whatever it takes to help my clients achieve their goals and protect their interests, whether we’re negotiating a favorable settlement or arguing the case at trial.
David DeZern focuses his practice on guiding both plaintiffs and defendants through every stage of patent litigation matters, from initial evaluation, pleadings, and fact and expert discovery to claim construction, trial and appeals. He has successfully resolved challenging cases involving a variety of technologies, including telecommunications, software, electronic design automation and video coding. David is a registered patent attorney with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).
More recently, David has been an integral member of the firm’s trial teams focused on resolving validity, infringement and licensing disputes concerning standard-essential patents to wireless LTE technologies and video compression.
David earned his J.D. and a B.S. in electrical engineering from the University of Texas. Before attending law school, he gained hands-on electrical engineering experience while working as an intern at Dell Computer, Freese & Nichols, National Instruments and Lockheed Martin Aeronautics.