Haynes and Boone's Richardson office is home to a large group of the firm's intellectual property patent practice professionals, along with corporate, security and technology law professionals.

Located in North-Dallas’s technology corridor, and physically situated in the Eastern District of Texas, our Richardson professionals are prepared to handle any type of intellectual property or technology law challenge. With degrees and experience in many different technology disciplines, our lawyer-engineers are qualified to help technology companies of any size in nearly every industry. We work in the areas of medical devices, software, computer architecture, telecommunications, semiconductor processing, oil and gas and many others. We work with both mature companies and startups 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.

We regularly handle complex patent trial matters, such as Inter Partes Reviews before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. In fact, we were recently named the top law firm in IPR proceedings instituted, with a 96% success rate, The Lex Machina PTAB Database,, March 2015. In addition to handling Patent and Trademark Office trial matters, lawyers in our office counsel clients with respect to patent strategy, prosecution, licensing and litigation.

Our lawyers in Richardson assist start-ups and venture capital, private equity and strategic investor funds. We work in public offerings and private finance, mergers and acquisitions, strategic alliances, corporate governance and technology/commercial contracting.

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 Metroplex Technology Business Council (MTBC), Tech Wildcatters and others that target early stage tech-oriented ventures.

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