Keith McDole has led cases involving federal securities, corporate governance, antitrust, unfair competition, lender liability, commercial contracts, toxic tort, bankruptcy, real estate, intellectual property, environmental law, employment discrimination, defamation, and constitutional law.
Steven Williams is a trial lawyer who has litigated intellectual property cases for a wide range of clients including telecom equipment manufacturers, semiconductor manufacturers, electronics companies, pharmaceutical companies, building materials manufacturers, consumer product companies, and financial service companies.
Steven Clark has successfully represented clients throughout the State of Texas since 1980. Mr. Clark concentrates his practice on business and commercial litigation, construction, employment and labor law, products liability, and general civil litigation.
Ken focuses his practice on intellectual property litigation. He also practices in the areas of technology law and general litigation. He has tried both bench and jury trials in state or federal court in Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, and Texas. Ken has served as an adjunct professor at Washburn University School of Law, where he taught courses on patent law and intellectual property.
Walter G. (“Bob”) Pettey, III has practiced law in Dallas for over 30 years. He concentrates his practice in the areas of commercial and business litigation, as well as director and officer investigations and related fiduciary duty litigation.
Robert Turner is a trial attorney with over 45 years of experience in virtually all aspects of patent, trademark and copyright law, including the preparation and prosecution of complex mechanical, electronic and computer patent applications.
Zac Duffy focuses his practice on intellectual property and employment law. Texas Monthly Magazine recently named Zac a “Texas Rising Star” for 2011. Fewer than 2.5 percent of attorneys in Texas have received the Texas Rising Star designation.
Kristen Knauf focuses her practice on all aspects of intellectual property, with an emphasis on patent, trademark, copyright, and trade secret litigation. She also protects valuable brand names, corporate identities, proprietary knowledge, and works of art through trademark and copyright registrations. She has published articles on the Lanham Act and on unconscionable clauses in sports venue leases.