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Texas Intellectual Property
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Provided by Caldwell Cassady & Curry


Caldwell Cassady & Curry represents individuals and companies as plaintiffs and defendants in all areas of intellectual property law, including work before U.S. district courts, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, and the USPTO's Patent Trial and Appeal Board. In addition to being proven trial lawyers, multiple firm attorneys hold advanced degrees in electrical engineering, chemical engineering, mathematics, and computer science. The Caldwell Cassady & Curry team provides seasoned experience in cases involving mobile communications technology; virtual private networks; medical devices; royalty disputes; data storage, transfer, and access; oilfield hydraulic fracturing; semiconductors; video game technologies; supply chain patents, and many others. 


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What the team is known for

Impressive Dallas litigation boutique with a notable track record of success in high-stakes patent disputes. Particularly adept at representing technology sector plaintiffs in complex infringement trials.

Work highlights

Caldwell Cassady & Curry served as lead trial counsel for VirnetX in the company’s $502.8 million patent infringement damages verdict against Apple.

Notable practitioners

Bradley Caldwell is a key contact.


Provided by Caldwell Cassady & Curry

Austin Curry

Brad Caldwell

Jason Cassady


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Acantha LLP

Cellular Communications Equipment LLC

Continental Circuits LLC

Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd.



Neo Wireless


Sun Patent Trust

Texas Instruments Inc.

VirnetX Inc.

World Programming Limited


nCap Licensing


Provided by Caldwell Cassady & Curry

Broadband Communications

Class Actions

Company Owner Disputes

Data Access and Storage

Document Formatting Technology

FRAND Licensing

Intellectual Property Royalties

Medical Devices

Mobile Communications

Patent Infringement

Patent Licensing

Virtual Private Networks