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Haynes and Boone Announces 2014 Class of Partners

Haynes and Boone, LLP has elevated 12 lawyers to partnership from the firm’s New York, Dallas, Houston and Richardson offices.

The new class is comprised of Aaron Beim, Jason Bloom, Ryan Cox, John Harper, Alan Herda, Brent Huddleston, Thomas Kelton, Liz Klingensmith, Sam Lichtman, Chris RogersTony Soards and Jennifer Wisinski. >>

Texas Super Lawyer Rising Star Features 34 Haynes and Boone Lawyers

DALLAS – Thirty-four Haynes and Boone, LLP lawyers have been recognized in the Texas Super Lawyer 2013 Rising Stars edition, a special publication recognizing the top up-and-coming lawyers in the state. >>



Recent Publications

IP Today Guest Article: Inter Partes Review: How is it Going So Far?

It has been about one year (September 16, 2012) since the USPTO began accepting petitions for inter partes review, or IPR. This is a new procedure at the Patent Office that was established by the America Invents Act (AIA) to permit members of the public to request the Office review of an issued patent. >>



Our modern Richardson office is found in Lookout Plaza II, which has five floors and a workout facility in the basement.

Office Address

2505 N. Plano Road
Suite 4000
Richardson, 75082

T: +1 972.739.6900
F: +1 972.680.7551



Richardson

Haynes and Boone's Richardson practice is part of North-Dallas’s technology corridor, and is physically situated in the Eastern District of Texas. Since 1997, a visionary team of lawyers has been aligning our firm to best serve the needs of North Texas technology companies and leaders. We work with both startup and mature companies to design solutions for their unique business problems. Our mission is to help them accomplish strategic goals that keep them on the leading edge of innovation.

In addition to assisting start-ups and venture capital, private equity and strategic investor funds, the office provides patent strategy, prosecution, licensing and litigation for companies like Medtronic, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC), Dell, and Research in Motion (RIM). The office also provides real estate and financial strategies for developments like the Victory Center in Dallas.

Facts and Fine Points about the Richardson Office

  • We help startup, emerging and growing companies access capital, hire employees, and increase revenue. The Richardson office strengths encompass the full range of legal services required by semiconductor, software, hardware, telecom/datacom, and e-commerce companies.
  • Our Venture Capital Practice Group works closely with our Investment Funds Practice Group, which assists in the formation and operation of investment funds. The firm also has established the Haynes and Boone Venture Capital Fund, which periodically invests in selected companies in connection with their second or subsequent rounds of equity financing.
  •  Our Intellectual Property Practice Group includes many lawyer-engineers who work in the areas of medical devices , software, computer architecture, telecommunications, and semiconductor processing. In fact, our Richardson Office attorneys are one of the top two firms in the U.S. in filing patent reexaminations.
  • Within the corridor, home to about 700 tech companies, our lawyers have spearheaded efforts to increase the awareness of emerging technologies by hosting numerous informational events such as the Richardson Technology Seminar Series, Metroplex Technology Business Council and the Emerging Growth Seminar Series that target early stage tech-oriented ventures.