Austin

300 W. 6th Street
Suite 2010
Austin, TX 78701
T: +1 512 394 3000
F: +1 512 394 3001

Office Managing Partner

  • T: +1 512 394 3012
    F: +1 512 394 3001
Lawyers in Dechert’s Austin office focus on intellectual property litigation, transactions, and counseling, with an emphasis on matters involving electronics and computer-related technology as well as mass torts and product liability.

Dechert’s international intellectual property practice focuses on litigation, counseling and transactional IP matters. We protect and defend our clients’ rights in patent, trade secret, copyright, trademark, privacy, data protection and IP-antitrust disputes in jurisdictions around the world, including the International Trade Commission. We also provide trademark and copyright counseling and prosecution services, and negotiate licensing, development, joint venture, outsourcing, consulting, and other transactions involving IP issues. In addition, we handle strategic patent counseling and patent cross-licensing to help maximize value at every stage of the life cycle of our clients’ products and patents. Comprised of lawyers who combine decades of IP experience with training in science, technology, engineering, medicine and business, our fluency in sophisticated subject matter affords our clients an advantage in the courtroom and at the negotiating table. We have been hailed as a “go-to law firm” for IP by Corporate Counsel, and our IP partners and specialty groups have received accolades from Chambers USA, Chambers UK, Legal 500, Best Lawyers in America and Benchmark Litigation.

Dechert is a national and international leader in product liability and mass torts defense. We focus on helping clients avoid mass tort exposure and on defending them when litigation hits. Much of our work involves prescription drugs and devices, biologics, chemicals, and toxic substances emissions. Our lawyers also have significant experience with consumer products and durable goods. Whatever the origin of the claim, Dechert is experienced in handling cases involving latent injuries and complex issues of medical causation.