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Jeffrey Whittle provides nearly 30 years of legal experience to clients in the energy and high tech industries. He advises on strategic and complex technology transactions, licensing, patent protection, portfolio analysis, and other contentious and transactional intellectual property matters including inter partes reexaminations, post-grant reviews, and derivation proceedings, among other disputed cases. Jeffrey is Co-Head of Womble Bond Dickinson’s Energy and Natural Resources Sector and Head of the Energy IP Subsector, while serving as Managing Partner of the firm’s Houston office.
A Certified Licensing Professional, Jeffrey has been recognized by Chambers USA, Best Lawyers in America, The Legal 500 United States, WIPR Leaders, and Client Choice, among others, for his outstanding work, career and contributions to law, technology, and intellectual property. Additionally, he was awarded the Texas Trailblazer Award as a Texas Lawyer in 2019, he was the Frank Barnes Award Winner for LES USA/Canada in 2019, and was named Global IP Attorney of the Year by Legal Era in 2018.
Past President & Chair, Licensing Executives Society (LES) for the USA and Canada (2015-2016); Served on LES Board for over seven years.
Co-Chair, Americas Committee for Licensing Executives Society International (LESI).