Patent Litigation

Recognized Excellence

Haynes Boone’s Chambers-ranked 100-lawyer intellectual property practice group features highly regarded national patent litigation teams, distinguished by their commitment to getting the best possible results for our clients. The team has helped clients enforce patent rights and defended against claims of infringement in jurisdictions from coast to coast, including in major patent litigation venues like the District of Delaware, Eastern District of Texas, Western District of Texas, and Central District of California. Our team has also successfully tried multiple Section 337 investigations before the International Trade Commission and is familiar with the specialized discovery and evidentiary rules in that venue. Haynes Boone is one of most active firms before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit and its patent litigation team also include appellate specialists.

Team Approach

Our depth of talent - from first chair trial lawyers to experienced patent lawyers with the specific technical expertise required - gives our clients a significant advantage. Success in patent litigation typically requires a well-coordinated team. As IAM researchers recognize: we “coordinate a team of people very effectively”, and are “skilled at reaching into the ranks of the firm to appropriately staff matters to best suit clients’ needs.”

This team approach has led to impressive results.

Strategic Focus

Our success is built on the satisfaction and loyalty of our clients, which we earn by a sharp focus on all of their objectives: business, legal, competitive and budgeting. We partner with our clients, where appropriate, to develop and implement strategies that look beyond the particular lawsuit. For example, we have a great track record and cutting-edge experience in Patent Office proceedings. We regularly apply that experience to determine whether Post Grant Proceedings will effectively complement or forestall District Court litigation. 


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McCombs, Bowser and Goryunov in Reuters: When Is Corroborating Evidence for Inventor Testimony Requi [...]
February 09, 2024

Haynes and Boone, LLP Partners David McCombs, Jonathan Bowser and Eugene Goryunov authored an article for Reuters on non-inventor testimony corroborating inventor testimony carrying more weight than initially thought, even though it may not deserve as much weight as it was given. Read an excerpt below: Swearing behind an asserted prior art reference is often a central dispute in Patent Trial and A [...]