Andrew Van Osselaer

Practices

Education and Clerkships

J.D., University of Texas at Austin School of Law, 2018, with high honors; Chancellor; Order of the Coif; Managing Editor, Texas Law Review

B.A., University of Texas at Austin, 2015, with highest honors

Admissions

Texas, 2018

Profile

Andrew Van Osselaer is a litigator in the Austin Office whose diverse practice has taught him to think beyond clients’ immediate needs to the solutions that will help secure their long-term success.

Prior to joining Haynes and Boone, Andrew graduated with high honors from the University of Texas School of Law and served as the Managing Editor of the Texas Law Review

Intellectual Property

IP Beacon Year in Review 2018

The Intellectual Property Law 2018 Year In Review

We are pleased to highlight some of our representative intellectual property-related client successes and publications over the past year that might be relevant to your business success in the coming year. We represented clients in 74 inter partes review/PTAB proceedings that were filed in 2018, and our patent prosecution team filed over 2,300 U.S. patent applications and helped issue more than 1,650 U.S. patents just in 2018. We also helped close the IP issues in dozens of financings, M&A transactions, and joint venture/licensing arrangements.

Selected Publications and Speeches

  • “Ethics and the Environmental Lawyer,” panelist, Texas Environmental Superconference’s Walking a Tightrope, July 31, 2019.
  • “Clean Water Act in 2019: What WOTUS and Maui Mean for Oil and Gas,” presenter, Tarrant County Bar Association Environmental Law Section Luncheon, April 25, 2019.
  • "Data Privacy: What 2019 Holds for U.S. Companies," author, Lexology, 2019.
  • "Texas Rules of Form Companion Report," author, Texas Law Review, 2018.
  • "Texas Rules of Form," reporter, 14th ed., 2018.
  • "Insider Trading Enforcement & Link Prediction," author, 96 TEXAS L. REV. 399, 2017.

Cybersecurity

Privacy Data

Data Privacy: What 2019 Holds for U.S. Companies

The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect in May 2018, clamping down on those that collect E.U. residents’ personal data—wherever they may be. There is much we could learn from the GDPR’s growing pains; but the GDPR is still in its infancy, and legislative wheels are already turning at home: U.S. lawmakers have begun flirting with GDPR-inspired omnibus data-privacy regimes. As a result, companies do not have the luxury of adopting a wait-and-see approach to data privacy compliance. The time to get up to speed is now.

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