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Gordon T. Arnold

Gordon T. Arnold

Practice areas:

Patent Infringement, Trademark Infringement, Licensing, Copyright Infringement, Intellectual Property, Patent Application, Entertainment, Consumer Protection, Internet, Arbitration

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About Me

Lead attorney in many cases, both for plaintiffs and defendants, and he has served as an arbitrator in multiple cases. Represented a variety of enterprises in many industries and has extensive experience, both in the United States and internationally, counseling clients on valuation and enhancement of IP portfolios. Also a significant amount of time advising clients trying to develop intellectual property and avoid infringement of others.’

He is a Member, by examination, of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and a certified mediator.

He has lectured on many intellectual property and antitrust matters to national audiences sponsored by the American Bar Association, the American Intellectual Property Law Association, the Practicing Law Institute, LSI, LEI, the State Bar of Texas, and the Houston Intellectual Property Law Association. He has also been a repeated guest lecturer in the Rice University MBA program on intellectual property strategy from the business perspective.

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Languages Spoken: Spanish

Practice Areas

Licensed since 1988

  1. Patent Infringement: 63%
    27 years
  2. Patent Application: 5%
    7 years
  3. Intellectual Property: 5%
  4. Copyright Infringement: 5%
  5. Other: 18%
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Payment

Fees:

Hourly ($450-550/hour), Contingent (10-40%), Fixed (Sometimes), Retainer (Sometimes)

Payment Types:

Check

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Contact Info

Arnold, Knobloch & Saunders, L.L.P.

4900 Woodway
Suite 900
Houston, TX, 77056

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License

StateStatusAcquiredUpdated
TXEligible To Practice In Texas 198808/25/2015

Professional Misconduct

We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.

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Associations

Association NamePosition NameDuration
American Intellectual Property Law AssociationBoard Member2006 - Present
American Bar Association, Intellectual Property Law SectionVice-Chair2006 - Present
American Bar Association, Intellectual Property Law SectionSecretary2004 - 2006
State Bar of Texas, Resolutions CommitteeMember2004 - Present
Houston Bar Association, CLE CommitteeCo-Chair2004 - 2005
American Intellectual Property Law Association, Patent Law CommitteeChairman2004 - 2006
American Intellectual Property Law Association, Patent Law CommitteeVice-Chair2002 - 2004
National Council of Intellectual Property Law AssociationsSecretary2001 - 2002
American Bar Association, Intellectual Property Law SectionCouncil Member2001 - 2004
National Council of Intellectual Property Law AssociationsMember1999 - 2000
Houston Bar Association, CLE CommitteeCo-Chair1999 - 2003
National Council of Intellectual Property Law AssociationsChairman1997 - 1998
National Council of Intellectual Property Law AssociationsBoard Member1997 - 1998
National Council of Intellectual Property Law AssociationsMember1996 - 1997
National Council of Intellectual Property Law AssociationsSecretary1993 - 1994
Houston Bar AssociationMemberN/A
National Council of Intellectual Property Law AssociationsMemberN/A
State Bar of TexasMemberN/A
American Intellectual Property Law AssociationMemberN/A
American Bar AssociationMemberN/A

Education

School NameMajorDegreeGraduated
University of Houston Law CenterLawJD - Juris Doctor1988
University of Texas System, AustinElectrical EngineeringBS - Bachelor of Science1984

Speaking Engagements

Conference NameTitleDate
Legal and Business IssuesMisuse and Antitrust in Intellectual Property Licenses2004
Texas Public Relations Association's"Intellectual Property Practically Speaking2003
Law Seminars InternationalNegotiating Technology Outsourcing2003
Law Education InstituteWhen Do You Need An Opinion on a Patent?2003
Conference UnknownWhen Do Damages Come to the Fore?2003
Texas Technology ConferenceValuation of Intellectual Capital and Intellectual Property in Tough Times2002
Mid-Winter InstituteHow to Structure Corporate IP Operations2002
American Institute of Chemical Engineers National MeetingWhat Every Business Person Should Know About Intellectual Property2002
Summer IPL ConferenceWritten Description and Enablement: Claim Interpretation2001
Texas-Mexico Bar AssociationCan Activities In Mexico Cause Liability In The US For Patent Infringement?2000
Conference UnknownE-Commerce and Business Methods - What Type of Evidence Must a Challenger Use?2000
National Inventor's Hall of Fame InductionDefiniteness v. Equity: The Tension between the Desire to Protect the Inventor's Contribution and the Desire for Clear Lines between Infringement and Non-infringement1999
Conference UnknownDeveloping The Evidence on Patent Validity Issues1999
Conference UnknownDeveloping The Evidence on Patent Validity Issues1999
PLI Patent Litigation Programnequitable Conduct, Laches and Other Non-statutory Defenses1998
Conference UnknownUpdate on the New Patent and Trademark Office Rules1998
PLI Patent Litigation Programnequitable Conduct, Laches and Other Non-statutory Defenses1997
PLI Patent Litigation Programnequitable Conduct, Laches and Other Non-statutory Defenses1996
ConferenceUnknownWhen Does the Specification Limit the Scope of the Claims?N/A
Conference Unknown2003 Update on the Law of PatentsN/A