Greg Webb


Education and Clerkships

J.D., University of Texas at Austin School of Law, 2005, with Honors; Texas Intellectual Property Law Journal

B.A., Hendrix College, 2002, with Distinction in the majors of Physics and Mathematics


Texas, 2005

U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, 2006


Greg Webb concentrates his practice in the area of intellectual property law. In particular, he advises clients on business issues involving intellectual property rights.

A focus of Greg’s practice is representing clients in inter partes review challenges and other post-grant trials before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.

Greg’s practice also includes procuring and strategically enforcing patent rights for clients with domestic and international portfolios. He has prepared and prosecuted patent applications in a variety of technological fields, including telecommunications, diagnostic imaging systems, medical devices, medical simulators, optics, nanotechnology, semiconductor manufacturing and processing, computer networking, software and well logging.

In addition to procurement and enforcement of patent rights, Greg helps clients design and develop products that avoid infringement of competitor patents. He also drafts agreements and evaluates intellectual property assets in the context of mergers, acquisitions, research and development agreements and licensing agreements.

Professional Recognition

  • Selected for inclusion in Texas Super Lawyers Rising Stars, Thomson Reuters, 2010

Professional and Community Activities

  • Dallas Bar Association - Intellectual Property Section
  • Dallas Association of Young Lawyers
  • State Bar of Texas

Selected Publications and Speeches

  • “Thoughts on Intellectual Property Strategies for Startup Companies,” presenter, NASCENT, November 13, 2015.

Selected Client Representations

  • Greg represented a petitioner in two inter partes review proceedings in which the Patent Trial and Appeal Board issued Final Written Decisions holding that all of the challenged claims were unpatentable as obvious over a combination of prior art references, including claims that were the basis of a $4.32 million jury verdict against the petitioner.
  • Greg represented a patent owner in filing a complaint for patent infringement with the International Trade Commission (ITC). The asserted patents included a patent that Greg obtained allowance for at the USPTO. In response to the complaint, the ITC issued an exclusion order preventing importation of the infringing products into the U.S.
  • While a jury verdict that determined that the defendant infringed three patents was on appeal to the Federal Circuit, the USPTO issued Office Actions in Ex Parte Reexaminations of the three patents that rejected the claims that were found to be infringed. Greg drafted responses to the Office Actions on behalf of the patent owner that overcame the rejections and resulted in confirmation of all of the infringed claims for all three patents.

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